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Change a tabular type form into a Card form

DarkHorseDarkHorse Member Posts: 389
Hello, when you create a form you can choose a Card or a Tabular type. If you have created a tabular type form, is there any way of change it into a Card type?.
Thanks for help

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    Marije_BrummelMarije_Brummel Member, Moderators Design Patterns Posts: 4,262
    Forms do not have types. This is determined by the control you place on the form.

    If you remove your Listconrol and place a tabcontrol, then it's a cardform.

    You can also have a combination of both.
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    DarkHorseDarkHorse Member Posts: 389
    Thanks. Sorry, but where can I change this control?.
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    vijay_gvijay_g Member Posts: 884
    It's placed at your form in that your all controls exist(in card form it's TabControl and in list form it's TableBox).
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    DarkHorseDarkHorse Member Posts: 389
    Sorry, :oops: I don't see it. I don't know where are this controls.
    Thanks in advance.
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    David_SingletonDavid_Singleton Member Posts: 5,479
    DarkHorse wrote:
    Sorry, :oops: I don't see it. I don't know where are this controls.
    Thanks in advance.

    Have you never created a form "from scratch"?
    David Singleton
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    DarkHorseDarkHorse Member Posts: 389
    Sorry, I understand. May be I've explained badly, sorry. I mean change the form when I have it already created.
    Thanks.
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    David_SingletonDavid_Singleton Member Posts: 5,479
    DarkHorse wrote:
    I mean change the form when I have it already created.
    And Mark already gave you the answer
    If you remove your Listconrol and place a tabcontrol, then it's a cardform.
    David Singleton
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    SavatageSavatage Member Posts: 7,142
    Did you try going to your list form.

    Click->Tools->Designer
    Click on the ToolBox
    Select Tab Control & drop it in, then start re-designing the form.

    You know you can create a tab form using the wizard and once you have it all fine & dandy then just save it as the number you are replacing. Seems easier.
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    DarkHorseDarkHorse Member Posts: 389
    Thanks. Now I understand, but the problem is that I've to re-designing the form, it's like start from 0. I thought that could change (more or less) in an automatic way, but I guess it's too much to ask :P .
    Thanks everybody for help.
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    David_SingletonDavid_Singleton Member Posts: 5,479
    DarkHorse wrote:
    Thanks. Now I understand, but the problem is that I've to re-designing the form, it's like start from 0. I thought that could change (more or less) in an automatic way, but I guess it's too much to ask :P .
    Thanks everybody for help.

    Mark answered your question in the very first reply. Did you read his answer to your question?
    David Singleton
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    DarkHorseDarkHorse Member Posts: 389
    Yes, but I thought that he was explained if you created the form from 0, I was askin how to change it once you have created (or at least it was my intention). Sorry for confusion.
    Thanks everybody for help.
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