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    Sort and hide rows as I type

    Is there a way to imitate the search box in access where it highlights any matching text in the entire database. BUT, instead of hitting the next arrow to go to the next matching thing, I want it to simply hide all rows that contain nothing that matches. I don't want it to just hide them though, I want them to be shown from the topmost cell down rather than simply hiding cells and having a ton of gaps to look through. If this can be done in access then that will work as well.

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    Re: Sort and hide rows as I type

    I think that you have posted in the wrong forum. There is one for Access Tables and Databases which might be more appropriate.
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