Tip

Allow Users To Change Logos On Forms

Often an application have a logo in its form.
If the image logo is always the same there isn't a problem.
But if your customer want to change this image he needs design access.

If you don't want to give the application design to your customer you can put
your logo in a document and load from it in richtext.
Create a form for graphic (a text field for title and a rich text for image)
and a view(viewGrafName) that you can use to reach this document.

In your main form create a computed rich text and in its formula window
specify:


Var:=@DbLookup("";"";"viewGrafName";[the document title];[RichText field Name]);
@If(@IsError(Var); ""; Var)

This was first published in November 2000

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