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in Access, adding a command button does not run a wizard to help me.

Posted on 2014-11-22
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This forum might not be the place because it is for IT professionals, however:
In Access I put command buttons to help me complete function like open forms. Sometimes the wizard opens to help me, but sometimes it does not. Can any7 body tell me why?

Often I want to add a list to a form so the field I choose in the list sets the correct record on the form, Again sometimes this uses a wizard to help me and sometimes it does not. Why?
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There is a toggle button on the palette that indicates whether the wizard will be invoked.  Look for the wand and sparkles icon.
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If your tool palette is on the Ribbon bar, click on the down arrow to the right of the pallets, then select the wizard icon to toggle it on or off.
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Thank you that solved it, I wish I had asked earlier.
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