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    Lounger
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    A Label for Switchboard Pages (97)

    I have a switchboard that comes up when I open my db. It comes up with a Title of my db at the top.
    On the main switchboard I have a list of pages with the associated command buttons.
    Example: REPORTS
    What I want to do is to have a label appear at the top of the REPORTS page appear whenever that command button is clicked. I want to have a title for that specific page to make it clear where the user is:
    REPORTS MENU or something like that. And of course underneath is the list of reports that can be selected.

    How do I do that?

    TIA
    Soc

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    Star Lounger
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    Re: A Label for Switchboard Pages (97)

    Use the switchboard manager to create a second switchboard named Reports Menu. Edit the Main switchboard so that one of the buttons opens this new switchboard. <img src=/S/yadda.gif border=0 alt=yadda width=15 height=15>

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    Re: A Label for Switchboard Pages (97)

    If you're using a switchboard created with the switchboard manager, then use Willyboy's suggestion. Each new switchboard you create in that switchboard will come up with its name in the caption when you select that page.

    If you're using a form you built yourself, use code to change the caption property of the form in the event that changes the display.
    Charlotte

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