Il 21/01/2013 01:48, Dan Lewis ha scritto:
sorry, wrong translation... I meant formulary, form, questionnaire, the
third voice from up on the left in the 'database' menu. if there is a
way to open an object without window border / controls, just the
object. trying resizing.
On 01/20/2013 05:58 PM, Paolo Debortoli wrote:
hi. using base... is there a way to open masks without borders or
tools, just the mask, to make it smaller ?
I an not sure I understand what you mean. The only thing in Base
that has a mask that I know is a pattern field. It has two of them: an
edit mask and a literal mask. The properties for this field are listed
in the Control tool when the pattern field is highlighted.
Are you talking about a field in a form? Is it a pattern field?
Do you want to make the mask in the pattern field smaller but not the
pattern field? If this is true, what you really want to do is to
change the size of the font for this field. Click the field while
holding down the Control button. This highlights the field but not its
label. Then right click the field and select Control from the pop up
window. Scroll down through the properties until you find the Font
property. Click the ellipse (...) for the Font property to open the
Character dialog. Reduce the size of the text, and click OK.
If this is not what you want, will you please be more specific
about what you have and what you want to do.
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