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Drag-N-Dropper for Microsoft Access 5.11

Enhance your MS Access application with drag and drop functionality.

Developer:
Peter's Software
License:
Shareware
OS:
Windows 98 / ME / 2000 / XP / Vista / 7
Requirements:
MS Access 2000 or later
Price:
$35.95
Price is subject to change at any time by the company
Date added:
10/27/2004
Last Update:
1/5/2013
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Download free trial ( Free Trial |1.33 MB ) Drag-N-Dropper for Microsoft Access 5.11 Publisher's description
Drag-N-Dropper is a Microsoft 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 displays the dragged text next to the mouse arrow as it is dragged around the screen!

Additionally, Drag-n-Dropper allows you to re-order list box rows with drag and drop. Just drag a list box row to its new position, and release the mouse button. By using a special field in the underlying table, Drag-n-Dropper can move the row, and maintain the new sort order.

Drag-N-Dropper also allows dragging records between continuous form subforms, and dragging to and from text-based controls and continuous form subforms. The ability to call a custom function on drop allows the developer to take virtually any action necessary to complete the drag and drop operation.

It's easy to add into your new or existing applications. Just import the Drag-N-Dropper modules and form, then add three lines of code to each control that you will be dragging from.

Drag-N-Dropper is available for Access 2010/2007/2003/2002/2000, and separately for Access 97.