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Today’s Power Tip comes from Brandon with OpenGate Software, offering Microsoft Access products for Access users of every experience level, including UI Builder, Designer, and Dashboard Builder for Microsoft Access.
"Search-as-you-type" has become a pervasive feature of any modern user interface. For example, the major search engines try to predict what you are searching for as you type in the search box. Access does a version of this when you type into a drop-down box; if one of the items in the list begins with the characters you are entering, the list skips down to that item. However, Brandon's solution acts more like a filter, limiting the list to only those items that contain the characters you have entered.
Read the full post on the OpenGate Software site to learn how to add search-as-you-type capability to your own Access forms.
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I am using saem approach, but i do fitering on timer event. If you have large table each keypress requery it, so i do so after 0.5 seconds after last keypress
Great tip, AccessBlog.net. Thanks for posting!