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What is the vertical bar that appears automatically next to the navigation pan and appears to delete the current record?

Posted on 2011-09-12
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Login form showing the vertical barMore importantly how do I get rid of it.  
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Boyd (HiTechCoach) Trimmell, Microsoft Access MVP earned 500 total points
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That is called the record selector.

You can turn this off in the form's proprieties.

By click on the record selector you have selected the entire record for processing.
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I generally turn this off for forms  like dialog boxes and menus.
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drat but thanks.  I'm a vb6.0 programmer who is now forced to use Access/VBA instead.  Not a happy camper!

Willing to tell me the best way to hide the navigation while the form is running?
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Oops you said navigation.

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Sorry, I meant the Navigation pane and I need to do it programmatically.
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