By Richard Rost 3 years ago
Use Command Buttons to Navigate Thru Records
In this video, I'm going to show you how to use Command Buttons to navigate through the records, close a form, or open another form in your Microsoft Access database. We'll also run through the different options in the Command Button Wizard to see what else is available.
Asa from Brownsville, Texas (a Gold Member) asks: Is there any way to make the navigation buttons on the bottom of a Microsoft Access form larger? I've got a couple of people working for me who are older and aren't the best with a mouse. Sometimes clicking on those tiny buttons can be a challenge. I've made the labels and text boxes larger for them, but I can't seem to do anything about the navigation buttons. Can I make those buttons nice and big for them?
Members will learn how to move the buttons around on the form and change their size dynamically in code, as well as resize the form. This is handy if you have users who don't necessarily need the "big button" look.
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