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Nifty Container for MS Access

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The "Nifty Container" is a unique technique you can use in a Microsoft Access database. Watch the video to see how it can easily be utilised in your project. There's More information on the Nifty Access website here:- 

https://www.niftyaccess.com/nifty-container/

The Nifty Container offers you a way to handle a bunch of controls without using the Tag Property!

The Nifty Container offers you several advantages over the traditional method of handling a bunch of controls. First of all you don't need to use the Tag property to manage the controls, you can manage them just by drawing a box around the group of controls. This is a useful advantage, as it's graphical, you can see exactly which controls are within the Nifty Container!

Surround a group of controls with a box, choose one of the coding examples, or write your own, and there you go, you have a simple and easy-to-use method, which avoids using the ControlsTag Property, which you might want to use for the Tag Property for something else.

There are many ways to identify controls on your form for particular attention. This "Nifty Container" is unique, I haven't come across it anywhere else.  Draw a box around the "Group of Controls" you want to handle. You might want to make sure that the controls have text entries, you might want to make sure that at least one of the controls has data. Anything you want to do to a group of controls can be done with the "Nifty Container" system, and at the same time avoids using the controls Tag property…

$2.99+
$2.99+

Nifty Container for MS Access

The "Nifty Container" is a unique technique you can use in a Microsoft Access database. Watch the video to see how it can easily be utilised in your project. There's More information on the Nifty Access website here:- 

https://www.niftyaccess.com/nifty-container/

The Nifty Container offers you a way to handle a bunch of controls without using the Tag Property!

The Nifty Container offers you several advantages over the traditional method of handling a bunch of controls. First of all you don't need to use the Tag property to manage the controls, you can manage them just by drawing a box around the group of controls. This is a useful advantage, as it's graphical, you can see exactly which controls are within the Nifty Container!

Surround a group of controls with a box, choose one of the coding examples, or write your own, and there you go, you have a simple and easy-to-use method, which avoids using the ControlsTag Property, which you might want to use for the Tag Property for something else.

There are many ways to identify controls on your form for particular attention. This "Nifty Container" is unique, I haven't come across it anywhere else.  Draw a box around the "Group of Controls" you want to handle. You might want to make sure that the controls have text entries, you might want to make sure that at least one of the controls has data. Anything you want to do to a group of controls can be done with the "Nifty Container" system, and at the same time avoids using the controls Tag property…

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