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Microsoft® Access® 2010 Inside Out by Jeff Conrad and John Viescas

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Performing Different Actions When Opening a Web Form in a Browser

When you’re working with a web database, you might need to know whether a web form is currently open in Access client or in a web browser window. Close the Logic Designer if you still have it open, close any other open objects, and then open the web form called frmMainMenu in Form view from the Navigation pane. This web form is the main form we display to users when they are using the application. This web form also serves as an entry point to our main client form called frmMainMenuClient. If you double-click the image logo displayed at the top of the frmMainMenu web form, you’ll notice that Access closes the frmMainMenu web form and then opens the frmMainMenuClient client form. ...

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