Internet Browser as subform?

Mr. Plow

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Aug 29, 2007
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Hi,

I've got a part number database where I input details through a user-defioned form. The problem is that I'm always switching between the form and Google when I need to look up info on new items. Is there a way to integrate an IE browser as part of the form, perhaps as a subform, so that I don't have to keep bouncing back and forth between the 2? I'm using Access 2007 and Windows XP.
 

mole999

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Excel has a Microsoft Web Browser that can be added, guess it may be extensible, if its frequent use, have you considered a second monitor that's always open, there's always the Microsoft 3.11 cool switch.

To answer your specific question, I don't know the ultimate answer
 

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