Access 2016 – Property Sheet – How To Use the Properties Sheet in Microsoft Office Database 2016 365




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Video duration: 5:56
This tutorial shows you how to use the Property Sheet in Microsoft Access. This sheet can be used for a variety of reasons, but I use it in this tutorial to discuss how you can modify a Report to print on one page instead of 2.

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1 thought on “Access 2016 – Property Sheet – How To Use the Properties Sheet in Microsoft Office Database 2016 365

    ali mogharrebi

    (May 22, 2018 - 9:28 am)

    Thanks a lot, i have a question:
    any time i create a blank form and then set record source for that, i should convert the deafult view from single form to countineus form and then set the distance of any textbox from top to the zero and so one. is any better solution for saving time?

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