RecordSelectors Property [Access 2003 VBA Language Reference]
You can use the RecordSelectors property to specify whether a form displays record selectors in Form view. Read/write Boolean.
expression Required. An expression that returns one of the objects in the Applies To list.
The RecordSelectors property uses the following settings.
|Yes||True||(Default) Each record has a record selector.|
|No||False||No record has a record selector.|
You can use this property to remove record selectors when you create or use a form as a custom dialog box or a palette. You can also use this property for forms whose DefaultView property is set to Single Form.
The record selector displays the unsaved record indicator when a record is being edited. When the RecordSelectors property is set to No and the RecordLocks property is set to Edited Record (record locking is "pessimistic" — only one person can edit a record at a time), there is no visual clue that the record is locked.
The following example specifies that no record has a record selector in the "Employees" form.
Forms("Employees").RecordSelectors = False
Applies to | Form Object