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Default Using Tabbed Form in Access Application

Hola senor y senora.

I have a question. ;) Erm. I don't know actually where to post this thread. Hope you don't mind about me asking on Access Form here. Mine is just doing on Microsoft Access; forms, macros, queries.

Previously, somebody else had done this application and so she had used tabbed form. There are 4 to 5 tabbed forms in it.

My problem lies on the 2nd tab after I did some modifications in the 1st tab. I've added [u]buttons</u> on the first tab and when I look over to the second tab, I was so surprised to see that the buttons that I've added on the first tab appeared exactly on the same spot, on the second tab.

What could have caused this? Isn't it a tabbed form? So why are the buttons appearing on the subsequent tabs????
Anybody, do please help me!!!

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I think you will find that the buttons were not put on the 1st tab, but were put on the underlying form itself. When you modify the 1st tab, make sure the controls are associated with the tab and not the parent form. Does this make sense?


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