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Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Ryan W, Jul 28, 2006.

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  1. Ryan W

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    Wanted to know if there would be a way to pull off having a datasheet view
    but right above the columns having another field that the user can select.

    For example:
    Date: (Row) Data ---> ( Over each of the Column Headings)
    Medications Change1 Change2 Change3 (Column Heading)
    Data Data Data Data
    | | | |
    V V V V

    Does anyone know how I can pull this off in one datasheet?

    Thanks for your help, Happy 4th of July!
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    Ryan W
     
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  3. Pat Hartman\(MVP\)

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    Not in a datasheet itself. You can try putting the datasheet on a main form
    and putting the selectable fields on the main form positioned above the
    columns of the datasheet. This will be hard to get to look right plus you
    have to make sure that the datasheet columns don't resize since that would
    throw everything off.

    "Ryan W" <RyanW@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    news:2CF29636-3347-479D-874C-07784269FC34@microsoft.com...
    > Wanted to know if there would be a way to pull off having a datasheet view
    > but right above the columns having another field that the user can select.
    >
    > For example:
    > Date: (Row) Data ---> ( Over each of the Column Headings)
    > Medications Change1 Change2 Change3 (Column Heading)
    > Data Data Data Data
    > | | | |
    > V V V V
    >
    > Does anyone know how I can pull this off in one datasheet?
    >
    > Thanks for your help, Happy 4th of July!
    > --
    > Ryan W
     
  4. Ryan W

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    Besides positioning above the element, can you think of anything else that I
    can do to achieve this?

    Thanks, Ryan
    --
    Ryan W


    "Pat Hartman(MVP)" wrote:

    > Not in a datasheet itself. You can try putting the datasheet on a main form
    > and putting the selectable fields on the main form positioned above the
    > columns of the datasheet. This will be hard to get to look right plus you
    > have to make sure that the datasheet columns don't resize since that would
    > throw everything off.
    >
    > "Ryan W" <RyanW@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
    > news:2CF29636-3347-479D-874C-07784269FC34@microsoft.com...
    > > Wanted to know if there would be a way to pull off having a datasheet view
    > > but right above the columns having another field that the user can select.
    > >
    > > For example:
    > > Date: (Row) Data ---> ( Over each of the Column Headings)
    > > Medications Change1 Change2 Change3 (Column Heading)
    > > Data Data Data Data
    > > | | | |
    > > V V V V
    > >
    > > Does anyone know how I can pull this off in one datasheet?
    > >
    > > Thanks for your help, Happy 4th of July!
    > > --
    > > Ryan W

    >
    >
    >
     
  5. Ron2006

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    If your table record was defined as


    medication
    Chng1 data
    chng1 flag
    chng2 data
    chng2 flag
    etc.

    have the datasheet show

    medication change1 chnge2 chng3

    With instructions to <Dbl-Click> the chng value that you want to modify

    On the dbl-click event toggle the assocated change flag

    On the datasheet form put in conditional formating to change the color
    of any of the items that have chngn = true.



    Ron
     

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