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You also can correct the caption from inside a label by selecting the label, moving the mouse pointer inside the label until the pointer changes into an I-beam shape, and then clicking to set the insertion point inside the label text. You can delete unwanted characters, and you can type in new characters. When you finish correcting a label caption, you might find that the control is either too large or too small to adequately display the new name. You can change settings using the property sheet to adjust the size of a label, or you can select the control and drag the control s handles to adjust the size and alignment of the control.
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Part 1: Part Title
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Figure 11-18.
The form Format properties for the tblCompanies form.
Note You won t see the grid dots if you set either the Grid X or Grid Y property to more than 24 in U.S. measurements or more than 9 in metric measurements. The properties beginning with On Current on the Event tab of the property sheet can be set to run macros or Visual Basic procedures. The events associated with these properties can trigger macro actions.
Customizing Colors and Checking Your Design Results
Let s explore some of the interesting effects you can design using colors. To make the fields on the form stand out, you can click in the Detail section and then set the background to dark gray using the Back Color button on the Formatting toolbar. To make the labels stand out against this dark background, drag the mouse pointer around all the label controls or click the horizontal ruler directly above all the label controls, and then set the Back Color to white. If you haven t already moved and resized the labels, you can select all the labels and then widen them all to the left by clicking the left edge sizing handle of any of the labels and dragging left. This pulls the long Company / Organization caption over so that it doesn t overlap the CompanyName field. If you also want to make the Detail section fit snugly around the controls on your form, drag the edges of the Detail section inward. Tip To select all controls in a vertical area, click the horizontal ruler above the area containing the controls you want to select. Likewise, to select all controls in a horizontal area, click the vertical ruler. When you finish working on this form in Design view, it might look something like the one shown in Figure 11-19. (I closed the field list and toolbox windows to get them out of the way.) 418
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Building a Form
First click here to select all labels...
...and then choose white as the background color.
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Figure 11-19.
Adding contrast to the Companies / Organizations form.
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Click the View button on the toolbar and select Form View to see your form. It will look similar to the form shown in Figure 11-20 on the next page. (You can find this form saved as frmXmplCompany1 in the sample database.) Note that the labels are all different sizes and the contrast might be too distracting. You could further refine the look of this form by making all the labels the same size and perhaps aligning the captions to the right. You could also make the label background transparent or the same color as the Detail section and change the font color to white. You ll learn more about customizing your form design in the next chapter. To size the Form window to exactly fit the boundaries of your form design, choose Size to Fit Form from the Window menu, as shown in the figure. Click the Save button on the toolbar or choose Save from the File menu to save your new form design.
Inside Out
Understanding the Allow Design Changes property Microsoft Access 2000 introduced a feature to allow you to further modify the design of your forms even while you are in Form view. You can set the Allow Design Changes property of the form to All Views. This lets you open the property sheet while in Form view to make additional design changes, as shown in Figure 11-20. All new forms in Access have the Allow Design Changes property set to All Views by default. You should be sure to set this property to Design View Only before using any form in a finished application.
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