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Tip Moving controls in a horizontal or vertical plane If you want to move one or more controls only horizontally or only vertically, hold down the Shift key as you select the control (or the last control in a group) that you want to move, and then drag either horizontally or vertically. When Access detects movement either horizontally or vertically, it locks the movement and won t let the objects stray in the other axis. If you inadvertently start to drag horizontally when you mean to move vertically (or vice versa), click the Undo button and try again. Moving controls in this way is especially useful when you have Snap to Grid turned off.
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Figure 12-11. The employees form with controls aligned and sized.
Tip Forms have an Auto Resize property. If you set this property to Yes, Access sizes the Form window to exactly fit the form. Note that Access won t automatically resize a form if you ve switched from Design view to Form view. You can set the Auto Center property to Yes to center the Form window in the current Access workspace.
Enhancing the Look of a Form
The employees form you ve built thus far looks fairly plain. It uses default fonts and a background color that s inherited from the color you have defined in Windows for 3-D objects (sometimes called the Button Face color). In this section, you ll learn about additional enhancements you can make to your form s design.
Lines and Rectangles
Microsoft Access comes with two drawing tools, the Line tool and the Rectangle tool, that you can use to enhance the appearance of your forms. You can add lines to separate parts of your form visually. Rectangles are useful for surrounding and setting off a group of controls on a form. On your employees form, it might be helpful to add a line to separate the primary information about the employee in the first column from personal information in the second column. To make sufficient room for the line, you should move the controls in the first column to the left. The easiest way to do this is to switch to Design view, select all the affected controls and labels, and then move them as a group. Start by clicking the top ruler just above the right edge of the controls, and then drag in the ruler toward the left until the selection indicator touches all the controls in the left column. (If you can t see the rulers, be sure that the Ruler command is selected on the View menu.) Release the mouse button, and all the controls and labels in the left column will be selected. To be sure you move all these controls as a group, choose Group from the Format menu. Access shows you that the controls are now grouped by placing a rectangular line around all the controls. Place the mouse pointer over the edge of the group so that the pointer changes to a hand shape (see Figure 12-12), and slide the entire group left a bit. 444
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Hand-shaped pointer
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Figure 12-12. Moving a set of grouped controls.
Next select the Line tool from the toolbox. To draw your line, click near the top of the form between the two columns, about two grid rows below the top edge, and drag toward the form s bottom edge. If the line isn t exactly vertical, you can drag the bottom end left or right to adjust it. You can also set its Width property to 0 in the property sheet to make it perfectly vertical. (As you might imagine, setting the Height property to 0 makes the line horizontal.) Use the Line/Border Width button on the toolbar to make the line a little thicker if you want. (Or, change the Border Width property in the Properties window.) Click the down arrow next to the button and choose the border width you want. Your form should now look similar to the one shown in Figure 12-13. Tip When drawing a line on your form, you can make your line exactly horizontal or exactly vertical if you hold down the Shift key as you click and draw the line.
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