To work with a box or subform on the form, you specify a keyword
followed by a box identifier. A box is identified in one of two
- By point--Give the
coordinates of a point anywhere within the box. When coordinates
fall in more than one box, the most recently created box is
- By text--Give a string that
matches the text associated with the box (fieldname, static text,
filename, or scriptname). The identifier string does not need to
match the entire box text, but must match at least the first part
||Controls the behavior of the SELECT
command. With FORMEDIT ON, SELECT affects boxes. With FORMEDIT OFF,
SELECT affects the contents of those boxes.ontrols the behavior of
the SELECT command. With FORMEDIT ON, SELECT affects boxes. With
FORMEDIT OFF, SELECT affects the contents of those boxes.
|Choose boxes to be modified by editing
||Shortcut for FORMEDIT ON, followed by
SELECT, followed by Edit Clear.
||Connects a database field to an
existing box; for a button, it attaches a script name (see above
regarding script names).
||Attaches a text string to a box or
replaces the one currently attached; see box creation commands
(above) for a list of what the text strings mean for various box
|ACTIVATE subform/ DEACTIVATE
||The same as SELECT and UNSELECT, but
work on subforms.
||Scales all items in the current form
by the percentage factor you specify. Use this to fit your forms to
different size screens.
|SCALE TO FIT
||Scales all elements in the form such
that the string you specify will fit in the form at the currently
selected font size. See FONT.
|SELECT 11 11
||Select formula frame created
||Select formula data box created
|SETFIELD 21 21 molweight
||Change field for formula data box to