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Figure 11-14. You can drag the large handle of a selected control to move the control independently of its label.
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You can delete a label from a control by selecting the label and pressing the Delete key. If you want to create a label that is independent of a control, you can use the Label tool. If you inadvertently delete a label from a control and you ve made other changes so that you can no longer undo the deletion, you can attach a new label by doing the following:
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1 Use the Label tool to create a new unattached label. 2 Select the label, and then choose Cut from the Edit menu to move the label to the
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3 Select the control to which you want to attach the label, and then choose Paste from
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The Formatting toolbar, shown in Figure 11-15, provides a quick and easy way to alter the appearance of a control by allowing you to click buttons rather than set properties. Select the object you want to format and then click the appropriate button on the toolbar. This toolbar is also handy for setting background colors for sections of the form. Table 11-2 describes each of the toolbar buttons.
Font/Fore Color Line/Border Width Special Effect
Object
Font
Align Left Font Size Italic Center
Bold Underline
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Align Right
Line/Border Color Fill/Back
Figure 11-15.
The Formatting toolbar.
Tip You can select only one of the alignment buttons Align Left, Align Right, or Center at a time. If you do not click a button, alignment is set to General text data aligns left and numeric data aligns right. You can also set the Text Align property in the property sheet.
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Table 11-2.
Formatting Toolbar
Description
Use to select a specific object on your form. This is particularly handy if you stack multiple controls on top of each other. You can also select objects from the drop-down list in the Properties window. Use to set the font for labels, text boxes, command buttons, toggle buttons, combo boxes, and list boxes. Click to set font style to bold. Click to set font style to italic. Click to underline text. Click to left-align text. Click to center text. Click to right-align text. Use to set the background color of the control or form area. You can also set the background color to transparent. Use to set the foreground color of the control. Use to set the border color of the control. You can also set the border color to transparent. Use to set the border width from hairline to 6 points wide.
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Button
Object
Font Font Size Bold Italic Underline Align Left Center Align Right Fill/Back Color Font/Fore Color Line/Border Color Line/Border Width Special Effect
Use to set font size.
(Shown with options opened.) Use to set the look of the control to flat, raised, sunken, etched, shadowed, or chiseled.
Setting Text Box Properties
The next thing you might want to do is change some of the text box properties. Figure 11-16 shows some of the properties for the CompanyID text box control. Because the CompanyID field in the tblCompanies table is an AutoNumber field, which a user cannot change, you should change the properties of this control to prevent it from being selected on the form. Access provides two properties that you can set to control what the user can do. The Enabled property determines whether the control can receive the focus (the user can click in or tab to the control). The Locked property determines whether the user can enter data in the control. The defaults are Enabled Yes and Locked No.
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Depending on the object you select, some of the Formatting toolbar options might not be available. For example, you can t set text color on a bound object frame control, nor can you set fill or border colors on a toggle button because these areas are always set to gray for this kind of control. If you have the property sheet open and you scroll through it so that you can see the properties the Formatting toolbar sets, you can watch the settings in the property sheet change as you click different options on the toolbar.
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