MS Access form scroll split

Posted on 2011-05-10
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
In the case when the vertical height of a MS Acess form is larger than the screen so one has to scroll vertically, up and down, is there a way to freeze the upper region of the form so that only the lower region of the form is scrolled.  Similar to freezing the top few lines in an excel file.
Question by:leeroypitre
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    Expert Comment

    You can't. This is not Excel.
    Why freeze a field in a relational database?
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    Expert Comment

    I think I misread...Why not  make sure the last set focus command places the cursor or
    focus where were you want?

     How about this:?
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    Accepted Solution

    Have you tried using the form header and footer sections?

    Author Closing Comment

    Yes, form header is how i solved it.  Thanks

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