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    template (Access2000/Access 2003)

    Does any one know of any good books on how to build and modify templates? I like using the report template, but I do not use a Report Heading Page. Also I have my on style that I would like my reports to reflect. I know I can make changes once I use the Template to generate the report module. But I would just like to cut down on having to do that. As well I have some changes I would like in the Forms Template, so I can cut down on the time spent building them. Thanks. <img src=/S/crossfingers.gif border=0 alt=crossfingers width=17 height=16>

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    Re: template (Access2000/Access 2003)

    Do you mean the Form Template and Report Template that you can set in the Forms/Reports tab of Tools | Options..., or the Form Wizard and Report Wizard?

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    Re: template (Access2000/Access 2003)

    Hans, I mean the Wizards. Sorry I called them templates, been working with Clarion again. It is a pain to remember the right terminology and differences in coding. <img src=/S/groan.gif border=0 alt=groan width=16 height=15>

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    Re: template (Access2000/Access 2003)

    The wizards built into Access cannot be modified, but you can download versions of the Access 97 wizards with viewable code. Most of the wizards haven't changed much since then, so studying the design might give you an idea how to design your own wizards. See ACC97: Which Wizard Is Where in Microsoft Access 97?

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