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Adding Command Buttons

Another special control type that you can add to your form is a command button. Command buttons are used to perform a particular action. For example, you could put a command button on a form that enables you to move to the next record or to print the form. Access offers different command button types that you can place on your forms:

  • Record Navigation— You can add command buttons that allow you to move to the next, previous, first, or last record.

  • Record Operations— You can make buttons that delete, duplicate, print, save, or undo a record.

  • Form Operations— Command buttons can print a form, open a page (on a multiple-page form), or close the form.

  • Application— Command buttons can exit Access or run some other application.

  • Miscellaneous— Command buttons can print a table, run a macro, run a query, or use the AutoDialer to dial a phone number specified on a form.


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