By Richard Rost 2 years ago
Create a Custom Pseudo Control: Arched Meter
In this video, I will show you how to create the appearance of a custom control in Microsoft Access. We will use multiple overlapping images to create an arched meter control to display the percent of completion of a process.
James from Pelham, Georgia (a Gold Member) asks: I am designing a dashboard form for my company jobs. I was wondering if there's a way to display the job's completion percentage like an arched meter?
Members will learn how to use the control with a VBA loop. We'll see how to make the control itself clickable so users can change the value with your control. We'll also prevent the user from marking step 2 complete before step 1 is done.
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