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How do I refer to a subform (VBA)?

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I have a for frmOrders with a subform frmOrderlines. How can i check if
there is any record in the subform?

Helge
Nov 12 '05 #1
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Try testing...
Forms!frmOrders!subcontrolName.Form.Recordsetclone .RecordCount

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I have a for frmOrders with a subform frmOrderlines. How can i check if
there is any record in the subform?

Helge

Nov 12 '05 #2

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