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How hide navigation buttons when open for for edit

Posted on 2014-04-01
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I have a form which has a command button that when clicked opens a specific record on a 2nd form for edit purposes.  But when the 2nd form opens to the existing record I want the navigation buttons to NOT display.

Here is my onclick code for the button that opens the 2nd form.  What do I need to add to it to hide the navigations buttons when the 2nd form opens?

DoCmd.OpenForm "frmname", , , "[ID]=" & Me.cboSearch
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If you never want them to display, set the property to No in design view.  If the problem you are having is that the popup form allows additions, you can set the AllowAddition property to No.
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