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With ms access 2010
Can I deal with certain  control as an individual one?
I try to change the size of a certain control in a form, but no way! All of the controls are effects.  
please help.
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by:Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)
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you have to ungroup the controls first before you can resize them individually
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how please?
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sorry , that was arabic.
thank you very much capricorn1
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mafi muskillah!!!
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When you have Access open, select your control, then in the ribbon under Form Design Tools select Arrange tab, click the remove layout button should be third fromt he left.

You can not manipulate your controls however you like.
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