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Allow Additions Propery

Allow Additions Propery

Allow Additions Propery

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Hi

I would like to know if ther is any way to have Allow Additions property being True but at the same time the control at the botom of the screen(AddNew >*) being deactivated. Tank you.

Steve.

RE: Allow Additions Propery

If you show the navigation buttons, and the Allow Additions property is Yes, then the >* button will be enabled, nothing you can do about that.

You could however, set the Navigation Buttons property to "No". Then you will not see any buttons.

Jim Lunde
compugeeks@hotmail.com
CompuGEEKS
Custom Application Development

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