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Testimony

Bogdan R.
30 Jan 2018

to me
Dear Sir,
Today I found your "LEARN MS-ACCESS TIPS AND TRICKS" on msaccesstips.com. I must say that, until today, I was thinking that I am, maybe, half way on my path to learn Access. Well, please tell me that "I am not an Access Guru and not through MS-Access yet." phrase of yours is old and not valid now, or else I must quit learning.
Seriously, I think you are too modest. So many advanced topics exposed with so much clarity in one place are hard to find. Believe me, I've searched and I've seen that, from a point on, the information is repetitive. From this point of view, for me, your blog is like an oasis in the desert. I want personally thank you for your effort and your kindness of sharing your (advanced) knowledge. You definitely win my trust and this is the reason why I dare to ask for your advice.
In short, I want to run a database in runtime mode and I need, from time to time, to modify the position of some textboxes on a report. The problem is that, in runtime mode, I have no access to layout or design report functions. To solve this, I begin to study RibbonX customization and xml code, which can restore some functions through the idMso's. I found that it is possible for print preview, export/import data etc, but not for layout/design functions. I was resigned with that but, today, I found on your blog a post about custom made Report Wizard and that restored my faith. So, my question is that: do you think is it possible to recreate (in vba maybe) the layout or design function, or even just the part that allow to move some controls(textboxes in my case)? It will be of great help for me if you find time to answer but, if not, I will understand.
I wish you all the best in the world.
With much consideration,
Bogdan Rizea,
Romania-Europe.


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