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Drag and Drop In MS Access and Conditional Sorting

Drag and Drop In MS Access

Doug was on a roll in January of 2004 when he wrote his article on drag and drop in MS Access. He tested it now using Access 2016 and it still works. This article shows you how to add drag-and-drop to your Access application using combinations of multi-value and single-value controls.

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Supporting Custom Sort Orders

Presenting data to your users in an order that makes sense to them is essential. Both Jet and SQL Server support sorting one or more fields in a table alphabetically, numerically, and chronologically. That’s great, but sometimes you need more options. See the full article here.

Click here to view the original article with great comments from Doug

About Juan Soto

Juan Soto is a Senior Access Developer at IT Impact Inc. and a Microsoft Access MVP. He specializes in Access with SQL Server databases. His passion for Access has led him to helping a wide range of businesses in helping them establish a secure, stable and efficient environment with SQL Server. He's a frequent speaker at Access user groups nationwide and recently spoke at the Orange County SQL Saturday # 73. If you wish to have Juan speak at your next group meeting you can contact him here.

2 Responses to "Drag and Drop In MS Access and Conditional Sorting"

  • lee granger
    September 6, 2018 - 12:59 am Reply

    Hey, Ven, I am desperately trying to find a copy of this solution, anyway you can help me out?
    Thanks, Lee

  • Ven Grollmus
    September 30, 2017 - 5:32 am Reply

    Unfortunately the file no longer exists or is now private ;(

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