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Record Bar of an Access Subform

Posted on 2008-10-07
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I have a 'main' Access entry form with several subforms as a way to enter new data into a database.  At the bottom of each subform that I have added to the main form, there is a Record/Filter/Search bar that I would like to remove, or not display as part of the entry form.  Is there a way to undisplay this bar?
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by:DatabaseMX (Joe Anderson - Access MVP)
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Yes ... on the Form property sheet, set the Navigation Buttons property to NO.

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Specifically, it's on the Form property sheet, Format Tab >>> Navigation Buttons >> No.

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" Record/Filter/Search bar "
I assume you are referring to the Navigation bar ?

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You guys are going to make me look good in spite of myself.
Thanks!
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"Grade:  A - "You guys are going to make me look good in spite of myself.
Thanks! "

Part of our job description here, lol.

thx.mx
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