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  1. #1
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    Unanswered: Access Drag & Drop On Form

    Thanks to everyone in advance for reading this thread and replying if you have the answer.

    Q: I have a form in access with an image on it. Within that image, I would like to allow the user to be able to position a very small image ontop of the other image. So basicly vb's version of drag and drop. Can this be done in access?


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    Josh

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    Never Mind Got It Figured Out!

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    ..and your solution was

    the aim of this pubic forum is to seek help and proivide help for fellow developers. so it may help others if you let 'em know what you did to resolve this
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    I think there's also a drag-n-drop example in the code bank.
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    Once I get it fully functional, I'll post what I did, but as of right now it's not up and running yet.

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    Sounds great. If you don't mind commenting it, we'll post it in the MSAccess code bank. Please send me a PM on which post you upload it in.
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    Drag N Drop

    Here's an example I found in my archives. Hope it helps.

    (Note: I looked at this briefly a few years ago so I'm not sure - it may not work for MSAccess 2007 but I believe it works ok for previous versions.)

    Also look at the FormManipulation2 posted here: http://www.dbforums.com/6301669-post51.html
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    To moderator...this is not a valid zip file!!!!
    DragAndDrop2000.zip (32.8 KB, 566 views)
    rrose

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    its almost certainly a corrupted unzip program on your computer.

    just to confirm so I've opened it on my work computer a windows 7 x64

    if you cannot fix the corruption on your computer I'd suggest downloading anot unzip program such as 7zip
    I'd rather be riding on the Tiger 800 or the Norton

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