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Old 02-02-2011, 12:50 AM   #1
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Splitting a form into a scrolling region and a static region

... so that I can put the buttons in the static region and make them visible at all time. The scrolling region will contain long questionnaire with lots of questions.

Is there any native container like Panel or SplitContainer in VB.Net?

I tried subform but it is a pain to use it. Plus, once the subform loses focus, it will try to save the data inside. But I used to let user press a Save button to commit the change rather.

Any suggestion?

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Re: Splitting a form into a scrolling region and a static region

Many many thanks!

I spent (wasted) a day on using subform instead. LOL!

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Re: Splitting a form into a scrolling region and a static region

Effort in Access is rarely wasted. Think of what you now know about subforms.

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