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More than one Child Form

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I was wondering if there was a way to have a subform combine the
records of multiple children. I have a database where I have an
employee who can be related to a client in three different ways. I
have it set so a command button changes the child feild on click, but
I was wondering if I could combine all three and it would check
against all three automaticly. This would save them from missing a
call because they forgot to check against all of the buttons. Thanks
in advance
Nov 12 '05 #1
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da**@dtowerenterprises.com (Dave Stout) wrote in
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I was wondering if there was a way to have a subform combine
the records of multiple children. I have a database where I
have an employee who can be related to a client in three
different ways. I have it set so a command button changes the
child feild on click, but I was wondering if I could combine
all three and it would check against all three automaticly.
This would save them from missing a call because they forgot
to check against all of the buttons. Thanks in advance


A union query sounds like the answer to your problem.

Bob Q
Nov 12 '05 #2

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