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Is there a shortcut or quick way to add labels to a field?  I deleted all of the labels on my form and I know I can add back the fields and have the labels attached to the fields but I have code attached to the fields and would have to rename the fields.  

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by:Dale Fye
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Yes, you can simply add a label to the form.  Then cut it, right click on the control, and paste.
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by:pdvsa
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Fyed, do I have to do it one by one or is there some trick to doing many at the same time or do I have to do it one by one?
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Sorry to break this to you be as far as I know, one - by - one.
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Darn.  Figured there was some techy trick to doing it.  Ok thank you and Have a good night!
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