Enable or disable form design mode.
Enable or disable control wizards.
Adds a field for displaying text labels. These labels are only for displaying predefined text, and not for entering text.
Adds a button that allows a user to select from a number of options. Grouped option buttons must have consecutive tab indices. They are commonly encircled by a group box. If you have two groups of option buttons, you must insert a tab index between the tab indices of the two groups on the group frame.
Adds a combo box. A combo box is a one line list box that a user can click, and then choose an entry from the list. If you want, you can make the entries in the combo box "read only".
Adds a command button. You can use a command button to execute a command for a defined event, such as a mouse click.
If you want, you can add text or a graphic to the button.
Creates a button displayed as an image. Aside from the graphic representation, an image button has the same properties as a "normal" button.
Adds a text box where you can define the formatting for text that is inputted or outputted as well as any limiting values.
Date, time, numerical, currency and pattern form fields.
Creates an image control. It can only be used to add images from a database. In the form document, double-click one of these controls to open the Insert Graphic dialogue to insert the image. There is also a context menu (not in design mode) with commands for inserting and deleting the image.
Images from a database can be displayed in a form, and new images can be inserted in the database as long as the image control is not write-protected. The control must refer to a database field of the image type. Therefore, enter the data field into the properties window on the Data tab page.
Creates a table control to display a database table. If you create a new table control, the Table Element Wizard appears.
Creates a Navigation bar.
The Navigation bar allows you to move through the records of a database or a database form. The controls on this Navigation bar work the same way as the controls on the default Navigation bar in LibreOffice.
Opens the Form Navigator. The Form Navigator displays all forms and subforms of the current document with their respective controls.
When a form is selected, it opens the Tab Order dialogue, where the indices for focusing the control elements on the Tab key are defined.
Automatic Control Focus
Enable or disable Automatic Control Focus