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Coding a switchboard so new forms don't pop open in new windows.

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I am looking to set up a switchboard that doesnt have new forms open as
pop open in new windows like they do as the default

I am looking to make my own switchboard where I have the list of forms
I can open on the left and a box on the right where they open into.
Basicly I am trying to replicate the code that Peter's software uses to
make this form
http://www.peterssoftware.com/abs.jpg

If I make a unbound form on the right called "textbox" how can I open a
form called "test" inside that box using the DoCmd.OpenForm or similar
command?

Nov 13 '05 #1
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make the right control be a 'subform', and set the subform's source
object to the form that you want to open

td*******@yahoo.com wrote:
I am looking to set up a switchboard that doesnt have new forms open as pop open in new windows like they do as the default

I am looking to make my own switchboard where I have the list of forms I can open on the left and a box on the right where they open into.
Basicly I am trying to replicate the code that Peter's software uses to make this form
http://www.peterssoftware.com/abs.jpg

If I make a unbound form on the right called "textbox" how can I open a form called "test" inside that box using the DoCmd.OpenForm or similar command?


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