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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Has the Find/Replace Dialog changed in Access 2003?

    One of my users just mentioned something to me that I hadn't noticed before.

    The Access '97 Find/Replace search dialog had a button for "Find First" that doesn't seem to exist in Access 2003. Access 2003 seems to only show "Find Next".

    Is there an option that can be set to bring "Find First" back?

    Also, is there a way in Access 2003 to force the application to just have one Task Bar icon instead of a unique icon for each window that was opened by the application? The application opens quite a few windows, so it would be nice if it didn't populate the entire Task Bar while running. (I will recommend that the users turn on grouping for their Task Bars).

    Cheers!
    AzJazz

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    Does setting the form property to "popup" have any effect on the taskbar?
    I'm just thinking out loud
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    Hi

    With reference to point two, there in a tick box on the Windows Taskbar -> Properties Dialogue to 'Group similar taskbar buttons' which is probable what you want (but no guarantees)?

    MTB

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    Quote Originally Posted by georgev
    Does setting the form property to "popup" have any effect on the taskbar?
    I'm just thinking out loud
    georgev - Cool idea! Unfortunately, it didn't work ...

    Quote Originally Posted by MikeTheBike
    Hi

    With reference to point two, there in a tick box on the Windows Taskbar -> Properties Dialogue to 'Group similar taskbar buttons' which is probable what you want (but no guarantees)?

    MTB
    MikeTheBike - That's what I'm going to suggest to the users.

    It looks like both of these "customer complaints" are now features of Office 2003 that I won't be able to "fix".

    Not a big problem, but I thought I would ask!
    AzJazz

    "I'm afraid the holodeck will be society's last invention." - Scott Adams

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