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Quickie ! How do I display the "Application Title"

Posted on 2013-01-17
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Access 2010

Click "File--->Options--->Current Database"

Note the field "Application Title"

How do I display this field in a form.

Thanks!
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Question by:Patrick O'Dea
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In code"

dim x
x=CurrentDB.Properties("AppTitle")

mx
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by:Jim Horn
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In design view edit the form's Caption property.

Otherwise, in VBA code..

application.CurrentProject.Name
application.CurrentProject.FullName
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Jim ... that gives you the db name, not app title ...

mx
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by:Patrick O'Dea
ID: 38790071
Okay folks ... I should know this but...

Specifically, I want to display the "AppTitle" on a form.

Do I add a new "Label" onto the form?  If so, how exactly do I refer to the "AppTitle"
Do I add a new "Text Box" to the form? If so, how exactly do I refer to the "AppTitle"

I have tried a few things but nothing works yet.

Thanks again!
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DatabaseMX (Joe Anderson - Access MVP) earned 500 total points
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OK ... add a Label, then in code:

Me.YourLabelName.Caption = CurrentDB.Properties("AppTitle")

Or in a text box:

Me.YourTextBoxName = CurrentDB.Properties("AppTitle")

mx
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by:Patrick O'Dea
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Perfect!
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