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    datasheet forms (Access03)

    I want to show the most recent entries from different parts of a human resource database. My issue is with the datasheet form. On the form's property sheet I have set the scroll bars to neither and record selectors off. But when the form is displayed they are there. How do I get rid of them? Also can you prevent the form's label from showing across the top of the datasheet? Thanks

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    Re: datasheet forms (Access03)

    Hi Fay,

    The problem here is the simple fact that you are in datasheet view. The form Properties relating to the record selectors and scroll bars only apply to form view.

    If you want a datasheet view you may have to make your form a continuous form, at which point your form properties will take effect.

    The Label across the top of the datasheet? I suspect that this may be the form caption. You can change it but I'm not sure that you can suppress it all together.

    Stewart

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    Re: datasheet forms (Access03)

    That works. Thank you so much. This will add greatly to the project

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    Re: datasheet forms (Access03)

    You can get a solid title bar on the form without any caption by entering a space in the caption property, if that's what you meant.
    Charlotte

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