He does indeed. Though most of his stuff is excellent, I don't think this is particularly successful! Its attached if anyone wants to try it.Hi. I use the same method as Colin, but I think Lebans has a demo that doesn't use an ActiveX.
I think Colin (isladogs) has proved you worng?Access allows you to draw Line and Rectangle objects only. If you want to decorate your form with different shapes, save your drawing in advanced picture editors. Then, introduce this image to the picture feature of the form.
Hi. Just curious, could you please test this out for me and let me know if you see the same problem? Thanks!Hi Colin,
Thanks again for this. However, I did find an annoying and weird bug.
On the signature capture, to retrieve, it works on the first click, but then throws a RTE error on subsquent attempts to retrieve : you entered an expression that has an invalid reference to the property |.
I have played around and cant seem to solve it. Its strange, as it works on the first click, the error highlights the v.ink.load b line.
the relevant code is as follows:
Dim v As Variant
Dim b() As Byte
Set v = Me.InkPicture7
b = Nz(Me.Signature.Value, "")
I had tested your sample file a while back. It was working for me. I gave it a try just now. Works perfectly. No error at all with Office 365.