How can i remove the Column Headers, and the Record Navigator in ACCESS 2013

Hi Experts,
I am using an Access subform and would like to hide the Column Headers, and the Record Navigator at the bottom.  How can I do this?

Thank you very much in advance,
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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE )Infotrakker SoftwareCommented:
You can turn off the Navigation buttons in Design view to hide the Navigator. Open the form in Design view and set the "Navigation Buttons" setting to No.

AFAIK you cannot remove Column Headers in a Datasheet view form. You can, however, create a Continuous View form that looks exactly like a Datasheet view. Add your textboxes, remove the associated label, and then line those boxes up in a single row at the very top of the Detail section. Size the Detail section to be the same as the Textbox height. Optionally, size the Header and Footer sections as needed (i.e. a 0 height section).

When you open the form you should see just those textboxes - nothing else, no headers, footers, etc.
mainrotorAuthor Commented:
I set  the Navigation Buttons" setting to No but it didn't affect my the Navigation buttons on the sub form.

Can this be disabled on the sub form?

Make sure you are setting the properties on the subform.  Setting them on the main form will not alter the subform.
Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE )Infotrakker SoftwareCommented:
As Pat said, make sure you're working on the Subform FORM - not the main form. In many cases, you must click twice on the Subform - once to move focus to the Subform CONTROL, and a second time to move focus to the Form you're using as a Subform.

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I guess mainrotor  needed to know how to select a subform.
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