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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Reports..remove buttons..

    Hi,

    How can I remove all the buttons -minimize/normalize/close buttons that we have on the top right corner of the REPORT. Because for the reports
    we don't have these options in the property window that we can change it to
    'No'.

    I would appreciate your help. Thanks

  2. #2
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    Change the "Control Box" property to "NO"
    Darasen

  3. #3
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    I don't see control box property for the REPORT. I know its there for the FORM but not for the reports. Please let me know how can I do that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by atewari
    I don't see control box property for the REPORT. I know its there for the FORM but not for the reports. Please let me know how can I do that.
    It's there ... Just saw it myself.
    Back to Access ... ADO is not the way to go for speed ...

  5. #5
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    Quote Originally Posted by M Owen
    It's there ... Just saw it myself.
    I'm with atewari. I've been using Access since Ver.1.0 and I've never seen a Control Box Property for setting Scroll Bars, Min/Max, etc. to not display on a Report. I set those poperties all of the time on Forms, but I don't think they are available on Reports.

    The 'T' in TD stands for Thomas, therefore I am naturally a doubter. Please provide a screen snapshot of this Report Properties box to enlighten me.

    TD

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    I am looking at it in Access 2003 it is there. What version are you using? Maybe you can set the value for the control box in VB ?
    Darasen

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    FYI, this is from Access XP...
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    Thanks bmacr! Wow, it looks like they've added a lot more report formatting functionality. I was reading on the Microsoft Support site after I last posted and it sounds like Access 2003 has many of the same property settings for Reports as it has always had for Forms. I've had Office XP Professional sitting on my desk for a while, but I haven't loaded it up yet. Still using Access 2000 at work and at home. I guess I should install XP.

    BTW, here is the Report Format Properties box in Access 2000.

    Thanks again bmacr.
    TD
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    just a thought,
    have you tried setting the property in the reports on loadevent? The property may well be there its just the report designer doesn't exhibit the property in the dialog.

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