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hello all,

i am creating a form and i need to have 3 seperate pages, one for profile, data, and workloads. i tried using a tab control but that does not work as i will need to have a tab within a tab. so i have decided the best way is to use a page break.

is there any way i can create a buttons that will navigate to each page? EG) page 1 click here, page 2 click here and page 3 click here.

thanks for the help

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Are you saying that you have 3 separate forms, or are these data access pages?

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sorry, i should have made that clear. it is one form, with page breaks seperating each kind of information the user is inputting. all info is added on to one form, the page breaks and corresponding buttons are for aesthetic purposes as per manager request

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I've never used page breaks on a form, but I imagine that if you set focus to the first field on whichever page button they click on, that might help.

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perfect figured it out.
thanks for the help kevin!


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