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Drag-N-Dropper for MS Access 4.0

Drag-N-Dropper for MS Access 4.0: Enhance your MS Access application with drag and drop functionality. Drag-N-Dropper is an MS Access module and form that you can add into your Access application to provide drag and drop functionality between text-based Access controls. Drag-N-Dropper allows text to be moved or copied (using "CTRL-Drag") between text-based MS Access controls (text boxes, combo boxes, and list boxes) by clicking on the desired text, dragging to the new control, and releasing the mouse button.






Drag-N-Dropper for Microsoft Access 5.9: Enhance your MS Access application with drag and drop functionality.
Drag-N-Dropper for Microsoft Access 5.9

Access module and form that you can add into your Access application to provide drag and drop functionality between text-based Access controls and continuous form subforms. Drag-N-Dropper allows text to be moved or copied (using "CTRL-Drag") between text-based MS Access controls (text boxes, combo boxes, list boxes) by clicking on the desired text, dragging to the new control, and releasing the mouse button. While dragging, Drag-N-Dropper actually

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PC Control 1.3.0

access controls for each username. For each day of the week, the administrator sets access times, as well as the total length of time available for use. The program is based upon a "set and forget" philosophy. Setting controls requires <1 min per user. Once set, the administrator can forget. The program requires no ongoing actions to operate. There are no daily authorizations, tokens, or other actions. The program does not control access to the Internet

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DC Return Key Enabled 4.0: access form controls using the Return key instead of Tab
DC Return Key Enabled 4.0

DC ReturnKeyEnable allows you to access form controls using the Return key instead of Tab. This way, you don`t have to switch between keys to enter codes, access controls, and navigate through your form. With DC ReturnKeyEnable, you can spend less time defining events and more time perfecting your application.

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DC ReturnKey Enable 3.71: access form controls using the Return key instead of Tab
DC ReturnKey Enable 3.71

DC ReturnKeyEnable allows you to access form controls using the Return key instead of Tab. This way, you don`t have to switch between keys to enter codes, access controls, and navigate through your form. With DC ReturnKeyEnable, you can spend less time defining events and more time perfecting your application.

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Internet Access Scheduler 2.0: A firewall with user-level access controls for Windows 9x/Me.
Internet Access Scheduler 2.0

Internet Access Scheduler (IAS) is a firewall that offers user-level access controls for Windows 9x/Me. IAS enhances the standard Windows access management and once installed, administrators can assign permissions to TCP/IP connections. Internet Access Scheduler lets you control which users can access what TCP/IP based protocols (HTTP, FTP, SMTP, POP3, Telnet, etc.) on a local computer, depending on the time of day and day of the week.

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CenterIt for Microsoft Access 1.0: Center Microsoft Access form controls regardless of end user`s screen resolution
CenterIt for Microsoft Access 1.0

Access module that allows developers to center controls on an Access form. Using one line of code a developer can instantly balance the layout of controls on a maximized form at any end-user computer screen resolution. With CenterIt, controls aren`t bunched up in the upper left-hand corner of the screen at higher resolutions, or wide screen computers as is normally the case with maximized forms. Instead controls appear at the center of the screen

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