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Is there any way to have the list on the "All" tab in an Access 2010 Property Sheet appear in alphabetical order?  It makes it so much harder to find anything with no apparent order!
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by:Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)
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sorry, but i don't think you can't rearrange the property sheet
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by:Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)
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typo,
sorry, but i don't think you can rearrange the property sheet
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Eirman earned 500 total points
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I wish we could.

You could list the most common properties you use in alphabetical order
together with the tab they on.
This make for quick location of most properties except perhaps events which is long.

You could do screenshots of the various tabs and print/highlight a few.
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by:sec1971
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Tho the answer is not what I wanted to hear, the expert took the time to provide other ideas to help solve my problem.  Thanks!
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