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NavigationButton.Transparent Property (Access)

You can use the Transparent property to specify whether a command button is solid or transparent. Read/write Boolean.

Version Added: Access 2010

expression .Transparent

expression A variable that represents a NavigationButton object.

Use the BackStyle property to make other controls solid or transparent.

You can use this property to place a transparent command button over another control. For example, you could place several transparent buttons over a picture displayed in an image control and run various macros or Visual Basic event procedures depending on which part of the picture the user clicks.

Note Note

To hide and disable a button, use the Visible property. To disable a button without hiding it, use the Enabled property. To hide a button only when a form or report is printed, use the DisplayWhen property.

The following example makes the command button "Preview" on the "Purchase Orders" form transparent.

Forms.Item("Purchase Orders").Controls.Item("Preview"). _ 
 Transparent = True
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