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I have an MS Access Database with multiple forms that all update fields
in a single table because I can't fit all the required fields onto a
single screen. I have looked into converting these multiple forms into
a single form with subforms as tabs but to date my attempts to do this
have failed. Can any one give a pointer to an example / instructions on
how to create a tabbed form?

The form that I have created contains each of my current forms a
different tabs, however when I choose tab 2, it shows the contents of
both tab 1 and tab2 at the same time (making an incomprehensibl e
eyesore).

Any help that could be provided would be greatly appreciated.

Best wishes,

George Hadley
gh********@yaho o.com

Feb 2 '06 #1
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I would like to know about this too.

One solution I've seen is to use individual buttons instead of a tab
control. The buttons toggle the subforms, which are related to the main
form.

Thank you,
Tom

Feb 2 '06 #2

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