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How do I set up a multi-level microsoft access switchboard?

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by WellKeepSecret, Nov 3, 2005.

  1. WellKeepSecret

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    I want to set up a multi-level microsoft access switchboard. Where a user can
    click on an item and it takes them to another level of choices. How can I
    create this?
     
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  3. Allan Murphy

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    Use the Switchboard Manager to create a switchboard with your main menu
    items then select an item click on edit this will bring up another window
    where you can add additional menu items relevant to the main menu item.


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    Allan Murphy
    Email: allanmurphy@unwired.com.au
    "WellKeepSecret" <WellKeepSecret@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
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    > I want to set up a multi-level microsoft access switchboard. Where a user

    can
    > click on an item and it takes them to another level of choices. How can I
    > create this?
     
  4. fredg

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    On Wed, 2 Nov 2005 17:06:01 -0800, WellKeepSecret wrote:

    > I want to set up a multi-level microsoft access switchboard. Where a user can
    > click on an item and it takes them to another level of choices. How can I
    > create this?


    Your best bet is to create your own switchboard using unbound forms
    and command buttons. You can set the Click event of a command button
    to open a second or a third switchboard form. By creating your own
    forms, you have more control over appearance, functionality, and
    maintenance. If you use the command button wizard, Access will even do
    most of the programming for you.
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