Adding and Deleting Controls in Microsoft Office

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Adding and Deleting Controls
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To add a new control to the Menu Bar or one of the toolbars, first select the control in the Controls list where you want to place the new control It ll be added before the selected control Then click the Add button The Add Command dialog box opens with the same collection of categories and commands you can see in the Commands tab of the Customize dialog box Pick the category and select the command you want, and then click the OK button
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To delete a command from a toolbar, select the command in the Controls box and click the Delete button You aren t asked to confirm the deletion
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If you want to make changes to an individual control s appearance or behavior, you can select the control and click the Modify Selection button This opens the same shortcut menu that you might remember from previous versions of Access (see Figure 20-8) Table 20-3 describes the settings in the list If the control is a button, additional commands are available
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Description Restores the default properties of a built-in button, menu, or menu command Not available for custom buttons, menus, or menu commands Removes the button, menu, or menu command from the toolbar Built-in objects are still available in the Commands box, but custom objects are deleted permanently Enter a new name in the Name box and press ENTER You can rename both built-in and custom buttons, menus, and menu commands Displays a button with only an image and a menu command with text and an image, if one exists
Name Default Style
TABLE 20-3
Editing Buttons and Menu Commands
20:
C u s t o m i z i n g M e n u s a n d To o l b a r s
Selection Text Only (Always) Text Only (in Menus) Image and Text Begin a Group Assign Hyperlink Properties
Description Displays text only with no image on both buttons and menu commands Displays text only with no image on menu commands and only an image with no text on buttons Displays both an image, if one exists, and text on buttons and menu commands Adds a dividing line before or above the button, menu, or menu command Assigns a hyperlink to the command or removes an existing link Opens the Control Properties dialog box for the selected toolbar, menu bar, or shortcut menu
Editing Buttons and Menu Commands (continued)
TABLE 20-3
NOTE If you selected a button, the list includes several image properties: Copy Button Image, Paste
Button Image, Reset Button Image, Edit Button Image, and Change Button Image
Grouping Controls
When you have a set of buttons, commands, or menus that relate to similar operations, you can group them in a command bar by adding separator bars between controls For example, the Print, Print Preview, and Spelling buttons appear in a group on the Database toolbar with a bar before Print and another after Spelling Use the Move Up or Move Down buttons to place the controls together Then add a bar at the left of a button or menu, or above a menu command, by selecting the control and clicking the Modify Selection button Choose Begin a Group from the menu The Begin a Group option isn t available for a leftmost or top control in the command bar To remove the separator bar, repeat the process and clear the Begin a Group check mark
Adding an Access Key
Characters that appear underlined in the text of a menu or menu command represent access keys, or hot keys, as they re sometimes called Pressing ALT plus the access key character selects that menu or menu command When you customize toolbars and menu bars, you can specify access keys To designate a character in the name as the access key, precede the character by an ampersand (&) When the command is displayed, the character appears underlined For example, to add an access key to the City Beats form name in the menu command, enter &City Beats as the command Name If another menu command already uses C as the access key, use another character, for example, City &Beats
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