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Hi

I want to use a tab control to display 2 records (there will only ever be a
max. of 2 records). eg: Mr X (page 1), Mrs X (page 2) of the tab control.
(Form is bound)

At the moment, when the records are returned, obviously the 1st record is on
tab 1 and to see the second record, you use the record selectors to go to
the next record and the values populate tab 1.

Is it possible to populate both tabs, tab1 = record 1, tab2 = record 2?

TIA
Michelle

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On Tue, 23 Sep 2003 05:51:54 GMT in comp.databases.ms-access,
"-Michelle-" <mu************@dodo.com.au> wrote:
Hi

I want to use a tab control to display 2 records (there will only ever be a
max. of 2 records). eg: Mr X (page 1), Mrs X (page 2) of the tab control.
(Form is bound)

At the moment, when the records are returned, obviously the 1st record is on
tab 1 and to see the second record, you use the record selectors to go to
the next record and the values populate tab 1.

Is it possible to populate both tabs, tab1 = record 1, tab2 = record 2?
One way is to use a subform in each tab. If only for display use
unbound controls and look the values up.

How do you handle bigamists? <g>

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not sure which one would be the best one)


Matter of opinion :-)

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Nov 12 '05 #2

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Thanks Trevor for your info.

<no bigamists in this database> *G*

Michelle

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Nov 12 '05 #3

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you can add 2 subforms to each tab, and then use filter property of each
subform to display necessary record

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"-Michelle-" <mu************@dodo.com.au> wrote in message
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Hi

I want to use a tab control to display 2 records (there will only ever be a max. of 2 records). eg: Mr X (page 1), Mrs X (page 2) of the tab control.
(Form is bound)

At the moment, when the records are returned, obviously the 1st record is on tab 1 and to see the second record, you use the record selectors to go to
the next record and the values populate tab 1.

Is it possible to populate both tabs, tab1 = record 1, tab2 = record 2?

TIA
Michelle

(This message has been multiposted to a number of newsgroups, because I'm
not sure which one would be the best one)

Nov 12 '05 #4

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