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Old December 28th, 2009, 09:27 PM
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Hi all,
I'm beginning a project in VB 2008 with Access as the datasource. I'm looking for assistance in regard to what may be a simple question, but one that has stumped me in my searches thru several different VB books. I'm trying to create a multi-Form project, and wish to limit record navigation to the first or main form in the program. I have that first Form accessing, deleting, adding records smoothly. How can I set my second Form's navigator position to be identical to that of the previous Form ? Also, am I correct that I can have the navigator visible on Form 1, but not visible on the subsequent Forms? Thanks in advance for your kind assistance.
 
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Wrong forum you need a .net forum...
 
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hi,
This is Eliza. I believe VB 2008 is an object oriented computer programming language that can be viewed as an evolution of microsoft's visual basic.
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Not really... because if so, there would not be different forums for visual basic versions 4/5/6 and VB.NET on nearly every forum site you go to. They are two different animals and the only thing they have in common is the name like dog to describe a rotweiler and a chihuaha... So if you search, you will even find on this site different versions of .NET and you should find the appropriate forum for your version of .NET and the underlying framework version...



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