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A control’s label is displayed on your form beside or above the control. When you first drag in a control it is assigned an arbitrary and unique label—checkbox 43 for example. Obviously for your users’ sake you will want more meaningful labels. Change a control’s label either on the form itself (by clicking the control and selecting the label) or by overlaying the arbitrary name in the Properties Label field.  Message controls are the only controls without labels—they are used for static text so you don’t need a label, too.

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