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Progress bar for Access 2010 64 bit

Posted on 2012-03-18
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Hi

I converted an Access 2003 app which had a progress bar to Access 2010 (64 bit on a 64 bit Vista laptop), that "old" progress bar doesn't work any more. How/where do I get a progress bar for Access 2010 ? I did not find any in the toolbox.

Thanks for help
Bernard
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You can use one of these progress bars:
http://www.accessmvp.com/JConrad/accessjunkie/progressbars.html
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this is a duplicate of your question here:

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Microsoft/Development/MS_Access/Q_27636227.html#a37732139

Was there some reason for re-posting it? I've alerted the Moderators to this, and you really should Delete this question.
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Sorry LSM Consulting, but, not seeing any answer on my (originally triple) question, I decided (for clarity and because you rigthly told me to have only one question per post) to post the progress bar question separately, about 2 hours before you replied to my original question...

Ok, I will close both questions now after saving the answers for me
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