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Access 2003 - disable/hide the Replace tab

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Can you disable/hide the Replace tab in the Find and Replace dialog box when searching records using a form.  The form must be set to AllowEdits.
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Question by:kieranjcollins
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No, the Find and Replace dialog is not automatable. YOu can build your own F&R utility, which is often a better solution - but it can take some time.
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Jeffrey Coachman earned 500 total points
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<No Points wanted>

Here is a very simple sample I created for a previous question:

http://filedb.experts-exchange.com/incoming/2010/09_w36/344318/Access-EEQ--26449067-SimpleSearc.mdb

;-)

JeffCoachman



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Good fix for the problem
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You could have very well split the points, ... as LSM actually made the suggestion first.

You can click the "Request Attention" link if you like to change this...
;-)

Jeff
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