Excel to Access

btrede

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I would like to know if its possible to move a user form from Excel to Access?

Any suggestions?


Thanks,

B-rad
 

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SydneyGeek

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Transferring UserForms from Excel to Access is not possible, as far as I know; although you can specifically create UserForms in Access, they are very different beasts from the standard Access form (which has a far richer set of methods and properties, not to mention being easier to edit).

You're not going to like this, but I would recommend building a new form in Access and replicating the logic from the original.

Denis
 

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