Access 2007: How to center checkbox under label?


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Jimbo213

I used the wizard to create a report
One field label is about 10-letters wide and the field is a checkbox

I can't figure out how to put the checkbox in the center of the field label
Access 2007 insists on justifying to the left edge of the field.

Thanks for your reply & assistance.
Jimbo213
 
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ErezM via AccessMonster.com

hi
in design view, select all the controls and under the arrange ribbon->control
layout, select remove

Erez
 
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Jimbo213

that worked - thanks - but it caused me about 10 minutes of extra work to
reposition all the fields.

If you have any influence on MS then please tell them that the center-text
button should put that checkbox in the center [or left or right depending] of
the value field instead of having to monkey around with the layout > remove.

Thanks, however, for your reply & assistance.
Jimbo213
 
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evamjennings

You can split the field horizontally re-position the check box to the right. That is if you are using the Tabular layout.
 
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evamjennings

For anyone else visiting here 4 years later...you can split the field horizontally re-position the check box to the right. That is if you are using the Tabular layout (Access 2010).
 
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duncanarmitage1

For anyone else visiting here 4 years later...you can split the field horizontally re-position the check box to the right. That is if you are using the Tabular layout (Access 2010).

I did visit 4 and 1/2 years later and it's so easy - thanks
 
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phchapman1

For anyone else visiting here 4 years later...you can split the field horizontally re-position the check box to the right. That is if you are using the Tabular layout (Access 2010).

Wow. I have been troubled by this for years. Always removed the layout and manually adjusted. This is so much better. Thank you, thank you, thank you.
 
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josiah.bernard

For anyone else visiting here 4 years later...you can split the field horizontally re-position the check box to the right. That is if you are using the Tabular layout (Access 2010).

5 years later and you are still helping people, thanks!
 

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