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Progress Bar Form Completion
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   3 years ago

Progress Bar 2: Show Completion Progress of Form

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Learn how to use a Progress Bar to show the completion progress of a form with a large number of fields on it.

David from Virginia Beach, VA (a Gold Member) asks: I really enjoyed your video on progress bars. I have a form with about 70 text boxes that require information to be entered over several weeks time, not all at once. Is there any way to create a progress meter indicating how much of the form has been completed to date? I would like it to appear at the top of the form and show how each record's profess stands as it is changed. Thanks, and live long and prosper!


I'll show you how to use a For Each command to loop through the controls on the form and count them automatically using the Tag property. We will also display the percent complete for each of the records in a continuous form and make them look pretty with some conditional formatting.

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