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Microsoft Acecss 2010 : Power Control Techniques (part 3) - Moving Things Around

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Moving Things Around

To move a simple control with its label joint, you do not need to choose it initially. You place the mouse above the object and click on and trail. A contour appears, indicating the new site of the object. When the object stops the position which you want, you release the mouse. The label joint moves automatically with its control of correspondence.

To move more than one object at a time, you must first select the objects you want to move. You select the objects by using one of the methods outlined in the previous section. When you place the mouse over any of the selected objects and click and drag, an outline appears, indicating the proposed new position for the objects. You release the mouse when you have reached the position you want for the objects.

Sometimes you want to move a control independently of its attached label, and this requires a special technique. If you click a control, such as a text box, as you move the mouse over the border of the control, a hand icon with five fingers pointing upward appears. If you click and drag, both the control and the attached label move as a unit, and the relationship between them is maintained. Figure 3 shows the label and text box before they’ve been moved as a unit. Figure 4 shows them after they’ve been moved as a unit. If you place the mouse pointer over the larger handle in the upper-left corner of the object, the mouse pointer appears as a hand with only the index finger pointing upward. If you click and drag here, the control moves independently of its attached label, and the relationship between the objects changes. Figure 5 depicts objects after they’ve been moved independently.

Figure 3. Objects before moving.

Figure 4. Objects after moving as a unit.

Figure 5. Objects after moving independently.

 
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