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remove margin on the left of each subform in an access 2007 form (it contains a small arrow head)

Posted on 2009-04-13
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im trying to remove it because it appears tunnecessary and i need the space. im sure there is just a show-dont show control box in the property sheet but i cant find it. also, if someone can explain what it does (besides just allow you to select the form or subform) that would be great.

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In order to remove it you need to make sure Form is selected under the property sheet and then set the Record Selectors property to no.

Hope this helps!
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If the subform is in datasheet view then you can not remove it.
Cheers, Andrew
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bingo! much thanks.
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No problem. Glad I could help :)
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