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Microsoft Access 2010, using same Header

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I have multi form and would like to use same header for each form.
Is there a way to create a template?
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Question by:Tony T
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by:Jim Dettman (Microsoft MVP/ EE MVE)
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1. Create a form with all the settings you want.
2. Save it.

3. Open that form and do a File, "Save As" with your new form name.

Jim.
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PatHartman earned 250 total points
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Why are you duplicating the form?  A better solution would be to use a single form and change the RecordSource property to get the data from a different source query.
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by:Tony T
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thank you
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by:PatHartman
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You accepted two opposite answers.  If you're just trying to be nice to one of us, I can assure you that neither of us wants gratuitous point awards.  While I agree that both responses answer your question, you would never use both.  You would choose one or the other.
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