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  Saturday, September 26, 2009 – Permalink –

Reduce Trips to the Toolbox

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When you add controls to forms and reports you'll often need to add several of the same type, such as when creating a group of option buttons or a series of unbound text boxes. In such cases, repeatedly moving between the Toolbox and the object you're designing can quickly become tedious.

Fortunately, you can make the process easier. When you select the control you want to add from the Toolbox, double-click the control button (like double-clicking the Format Painter). Doing so lets you add as many controls of that type as you need. When you finish, click the button again to disable the control tool.



[Edited entry from 8/31/2006]




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