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    Making a ms Access form (Access 2007)

    1) When i try to change the dimension or the place of one of the textboxes, all the rest of the textboxes changes too.
    What do I have to do in order to make changes to individual textboxes possible?
    2) When i make a form with small dimensions, each time i open this form , i see no borders, but the form occupies the whole screen, which is not what I want.
    3) If a customer has more than one delevery address, and the program must make it possible to make a choice between this delivery addresses when booking an order,what's the best way to realize that.
    Is it possible to have a special page in a tabbed form, where i can show all the delevery adresses of the same client?

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    Re: Making a ms Access form (Access 2007)

    1) Select all the text boxes.
    Click the Remove button in the Arrange tab of the ribbon. This removes the controls from the common layout (it doesn't delete the controls).

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    Re: Making a ms Access form (Access 2007)

    3) I'd use a separate table with delivery addresses.
    To enter the addresses, use a subform in the customer form.
    To select a delivery address in another form (for example an order form), use a combo box that has the delivery address table as row source.

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    Re: Making a ms Access form (Access 2007)

    2) Is your form maximized?

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