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Relation In a form i create one tex box for date. From this date i need to save in different location of a table in different date format automatically. how can i do so, pls help me.

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Populate the field's controlsource with =forms.formname.field and then from the properties of the new field change the format to a required one, on saving it will use that format.

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My teacher give us assignment..the question is what is ms word and what it is not?


Word is the most popular word-processing program in 2009 not only because of the marketing juggernaut that is Microsoft, but because it simplifies document creation. The program is simple enough to make quick personal letters and comprehensive enough to produce complex technical manuals.

WYSIWYG
1. What You See Is What You Get (WYWIWYG) with Word. The Word document on the screen looks exactly like the printed version, which saves time and effort in defining the appearance of the hard copy. With Word, you can view hidden fields and formatting codes, and change bars to help in creating the document. To see what the final will look like, all you have to do is to turn all these options off and view the document in "Print Layout" view.
Custom Interface
2. You can customize the look and feel of Word so it fits exactly the way you work. You can add, change or move toolbars to any part of the screen. Menu commands can be similarly managed. Text entry guides such as the status bar, scroll bars, rulers and screen tips can be turned on and off as needed.
Flexible Documents
3. Because Word is the PC's dominant word-processing program, its document format can be opened directly by or easily imported into external programs such as Adobe Pagemaker and Corel WordPerfect. Conversely, Word can easily bring in many types of file formats, including pictures and sound.
Tables
4. Word offers many ways to create tables, by specifying the number of rows and columns in a form or by dragging a single cell into several. However, the most intuitive method involves a pencil icon. By moving this pencil on the screen, you can draw the full table, create cells of varying sizes and specify borders of different colors and thicknesses.
Macros
5. Macros feature one-click access to complicated and repetitive text by recording keystrokes you can then assign to a menu option, key code or button. Whenever you need to repeat the entry, simply choose the menu option or click the macro button. More complicated macros, programmed in a subset of Visual Basic, can duplicate functions of stand-alone programs with dialog boxes, forms and data checking.
Automation
6. Word automates many previously mundane tasks. You can check and correct spelling and grammar as you type. Text in headers and footers can automatically change to reflect new chapter titles or section numbers. After you define Table of Contents formats and text references, the page numbers of those features automatically update whenever you generate a printed copy.


Jun 30, 2010 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional for PC

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Dreamweaver Thought that Teaches You, to search a database with phpmysql...


OK, this should work... First of all, there is one great extension for DW & PHP ADOB object model that is free and great! Download it and install from www.interakt.ro its called PHAKT (NOT impakt, because its not free).

Install it and you will have another type of PHP ADOB document type.
Start project with PHP ADOB (not old PHP MYSQL).

Page 1

Create form that has come Editbox and one button. Name Edit box something like e.g. "Search" without quotes.
That form should have form action="results.php" and type set to POST NOT, Create Page 2 and name it results.php.
Create new recordset in dw like this
SELECT "
FROM table WHERE table.column.you.r.searching LIKE '%colname%' OR table.other.column LIKE '%colname%' ORDER BY table.tableid this means that we want to select ALL (*) records in table WHERE content of column is similar (Dav, will return Dave, David, Davidof...) to search keyword.
Next, in variables click + and add variable name colname default value set to % if you want to show all records if form is submited blank, or -1 if You want to show none if form is submited blank. Finaly for Run-time value type $HTTP_POST_VARS['search'] Runtime value is equal name of Edit box name you set up in first page...
Now, from bindings tab, select values and insert it on page, that You would like to show on page. Ill skip this part assuming You know how to format output and how to limit it but if you dont know ask in reply...
So now You have page with results. Test it and see if its working.
If it is, create page 3 and name it details.php. Now, select value from page that you want to link with details page and click on link. Select details.php page and click on parameters. For param name enter something like id since this should be PK in table and unique value, and for value click on lightning icon, and select primary key in your table. In live page link should be like details.php?id=<some_value>.
As for details page recordset it should look like
SELECT *
FROM table
WHERE table.id = 'colname'
create vars as for page 2, but change Runtime to $HTTP_GET_VARS['id']
and format output on page. That should be it, but since im typing it in "realtime" maby i forgot something...
Home I did helped You.

Good luck!

on Jan 21, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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I have DataBase in MS Access But I want connect it to my HTML Page for Add, Edit, Save date in access through HTML Page-


Under the pages tab in the Database window is a wizard that will walk you through creating the page. You can then copy the code or tweak it as you need to. If you do this and want to continue to mange using forms however, you may want to split your database. that means load all the forms in one file and link them to the tables in another. There is a tool to do this automatically under TOOLS > Database Utilities > Database Splitter.

Mar 08, 2010 | Microsoft Office Standard for PC

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How to format e-mail and delete tables in Outlook


Hi


Thanks for using FixYa. Use the HTML mail sending format if you want to format tables correctly in Excel:


  1. On the Tools menu, click Options, and then click the Send tab.
  2. Click HTML for the Mail sending format, and then click OK.

Creating Email templates(if this is what you mean by format email)—

Disable Word (set as your email editor) from the Outlook Options by choosing Tools \ Options from the menu. Choose the Mail Format tab, and make sure to uncheck the boxes to use Word. We are disabling word so that our default mail editor is not word.
Now, to create a template open a new mail message, choose the person(s) to send it to, a subject line, and a message body. Now you should be able to choose File \ Save As from the menu. Choose Outlook Template (.oft) as the file type, and pick a folder and file name to save the template.


Please do accept the solution if the issue is resolved or else revert for further assistance.


Thanks
Rylee

Oct 07, 2009 | Microsoft Outlook Express

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Application and example of relationship in access


Relationships

After you've set up multiple tables in your Microsoft Access database, you need a way of telling Access how to bring that information back together again. The first step in this process is to define relationships between your tables. After you've done that, you can create queries, forms, and reports to display information from several tables at once.

A relationship works by matching data in key fields - usually a field with the same name in both tables. In most cases, these matching fields are the primary key from one table, which provides a unique identifier for each record, and a foreign key in the other table. For example, teachers can be associated with the students they're responsible for by creating a relationship between the teacher's table and the student's table using the TeacherID fields.

Having met the criteria above, follow these steps for creating relationships between tables.
  1. In the database window view, at the top, click on Tools ---> Relationships
  2. Select the Tables you want to link together, by clicking on them and selecting the Add Button
  3. Drag the primary key of the Parent table (Teacher in this case), and drop it into the same field in the Child table (Student in this case.)
    relationshipdrag.jpg
  4. Select Enforce Referential Integrity
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    • When the Cascade Update Related Fields check box is set, changing a primary key value in the primary table automatically updates the matching value in all related records.
    • When the Cascade Delete Related Records check box is set, deleting a record in the primary table deletes any related records in the related table
  5. Click Create and Save the Relationship

Apr 09, 2009 | Microsoft Computers & Internet

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My self rakesh,using 2007 microsoft word,how to convert the 2007 word format to 2003 format


Convert a document to Office Word 2007 The Word Convert command clears the compatibility options so that the document layout appears as it would if it had been created in Word 2007.
  1. Click the Microsoft Office Button default.aspx?assetid=za100771021033, and then click Convert.
  2. In the Microsoft Office Word dialog box, click OK.
  3. Do one of the following:
    • To replace the original file with a file in the Office Word 2007 file format, click the Microsoft Office Buttondefault.aspx?assetid=za100771021033, and then click Save.
    • To save the original document in its original file format and create another document in the Office Word 2007 file format, click the Microsoft Office Button, click Save As, and then type a new name for the file.
    Note If the original .doc file is saved in a location other than your local drive, Word keeps the original .doc file and creates a new .docx file when you click Convert.
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Mar 14, 2009 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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No available fields in form wizard


If you select the correct table from the drop down, the fields should be shown in the box. or keep the table open and try creating form. or create a blank form and on the right side you will get tables and fields, you can just drag and drop required fields

Feb 10, 2009 | Microsoft Office Professional 2007 Full...

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Printing on 4x8 cards


There are two different ways to create a custom page size within the Epson printer driver on Windows 2000 or XP. The method you need to use will vary depending on what type of driver is installed.
CREATING A CUSTOM PAPER SIZE IN SERVER PROPERTIES
This method will create a new page size accessible by all printer drivers installed in Windows.
1. Open the PRINTERS (2000) or PRINTERS and FAXES (XP) window.
2. Click on FILE, then select SERVER PROPERTIES.
3. On the FORMS tab, place a check beside CREATE A NEW FORM.
4. Input a new name for the paper size. Enter the desired height and width, following the existing format (#.##in).
5. Click SAVE or SAVE FORM to add the new form size to the list, then close SERVER PROPERTIES.
6. Right click on the printer name and left click PRINTING PREFERENCES.
7. Look for PAPER SIZE. (Depending on the driver in use, this will be found on the MAIN tab, the PAPER tab, or under the ADVANCED button). Select your custom paper size from the list.
8. Click APPLY to save this setting, or OK in Windows XP.
NOTE: If your new custom size is not available on the list of preset paper sizes, it indicates that the new size is either too large or too small for the driver in use.
CREATING A CUSTOM PAPER SIZE WITHIN THE EPSON DRIVER
This method will create a custom size within the Epson printer driver only.
1. Open the PRINTERS (2000) or PRINTERS AND FAXES (XP) window.
2. Right click your Epson printer name and left click PRINTING PREFERENCES.
3. On the MAIN or PAPER tab, select USER DEFINED from the PAPER SIZE drop down box.
4. Enter the new custom size and give it a name. Click SAVE to save the new size and OK to return to MAIN.
5. Click APPLY to save the changes (OK in Windows XP).

Oct 12, 2007 | Epson Stylus RX580 InkJet Photo Printer

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Restict closing the main form when some controls on the subform are empty


Hi there. I didn't notice this was so old until I had already worked on it for some time. Did you get this the way you want it? If not, I suggest either using a BeforeUpdate control to ensure the condition is met that the subform contain data, or validate the particular field(s) with isnull. Thanks for posting back if you still need help, or otherwise rating FixYa!

Oct 03, 2007 | Microsoft Office Standard for PC

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Linking Calculated Totals from subforms to the main form.


Hi Raul from your description it is very unclear what you are trying to do. First we need to know what information is on the first form, second unless you are trying to do a subtotal of all orders in the subform there is no real need for you to create a subform. Now if you are trying to create a subtotal form for all records, you will have to set it up in the record source of that subform with group by: 1. Right click on an empty space on the subform 2. Click on properties 3. Choose your table(or query) which is the record source of the main form. 4. Select Payment and items(or what ever you are trying to calculate). 5. Press the group by button 6. In totals instead of group by choose sum. 7. Exit and save 8. Now when you will select the control source you will see "sumofpayment" etc... just select them for each textbox. 9. To create the third text box you will have to use the Expression builder and just do [textbox1]-[textbox2] * for some reason the nz function does not work in this case. I hope that helped you I will be able to give you a better answer if you give me more details... Let me know what happend Good luck Daniel

Sep 02, 2007 | Microsoft Office Standard for PC

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