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Arrange Tabular
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   3 years ago

Use Tabular Layout to Quickly Arrange Form Fields


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In today's video, I will show you how to quickly add and arrange fields to your continuous forms using the Tabular option on the Arrange menu item in your Microsoft Access databases.

Richard from Fort Myers, Florida (that's ME) said, in one of my videos: I gotta come up with a way to set up the fields in my continuous forms quickly and easily.

Scott from Colorado Springs, Colorado (a Gold Member) replied: Add the fields you want to the form. Select all of the fields and click on Arrange, Tabular. Resize them however you want. Click Remove Layout.

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I'll show you more form layout options including how to work with rows and columns, how to move fields around, insert columns, work with Layout View, and how to use it to arrange labels over the tops of listbox columns.

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Scott's Original Tip: https://599cd.com/a?27410
Continuous Forms: https://599cd.com/Continuous

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