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Form.NavigationButtons Property

Office 2007
You can use the NavigationButtons property to specify whether navigation buttons and a record number box are displayed on a form. Read/write Boolean.

Syntax

expression.NavigationButtons

expression   A variable that represents a Form object.

Remarks

The default value is True.

Navigation buttons provide an efficient way to move to the first, previous, next, last, or blank (new) record. The record number box displays the number of the current record. The total number of records is displayed next to the navigation buttons. You can enter a number in the record number box to move to a particular record.

If you remove the navigation buttons from a form and want to create your owns means of navigation for the form, you can create custom navigation buttons and add them to the form.

Example

The following example returns the value of the Navigation Buttons property for the "Order Entry" form.

Visual Basic for Applications
Dim b As Boolean
b = Forms("Order Entry").NavigationButtons


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