Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
When a form is run, the pages you specified to be displayed will be listed in the Show section of the
ribbon. For example, in Figure 26.4 you can see the Show section for a form that has three pages
named Message, Names, and Deadlines. The user clicks the name of the page she wants to view.
When a form is run, the user selects from the available form pages in the Show section of the ribbon.
Each page of a form has a set of properties. To display the Properties dialog box for a page (shown
in Figure 26.5), select the page by clicking its tab (make sure that no control on the page is
selected). Then, click the Advanced Properties button in the Tools section of the ribbon.
To set a property, click its name in the list and select the desired value from the list at the top of
the dialog box. For some properties, a small button with ... on it is displayed at the top right of the
dialog box — click this button to open a dialog box where you set the property.
Click the Apply button to apply new property settings to the page without closing the dialog box.
To close the Properties dialog box, click the Advanced Properties button again or click the close
button (the red X at the top right of the dialog box).