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New Form Property in Access 2007

 
 
Byron
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      7th May 2008
When a new Form is created in Access 2007, the "Moveable Property" is set to
"No" and cannot be changed to "Yes".

What am I missing and what can be done?

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Byron
 
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      7th May 2008
That did it. Thanks for the assistance.

Byron

"tobesurveyor via AccessMonster.com" wrote:

> In Access 2007, you have two different Document Window Options, Overlapping
> Forms or Tabbed Documents. When the current database is set to Tabbed
> Documents, the Moveable Property is set to No. If you want to be able to
> move your form, you will have to go to Access Options>Current
> Database>Document Window Options and switch to the Overlapping Forms option.
>
> Thanks,
> CF
>
> Byron wrote:
> >When a new Form is created in Access 2007, the "Moveable Property" is set to
> >"No" and cannot be changed to "Yes".
> >
> >What am I missing and what can be done?
> >
> >Thanks,
> >Byron

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