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Linking Forms

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Hi Folks,
I have 3 forms I want to link, so that when I advance 1 record in one
form it will update the other two with the same record in the first
form.

I have tried using the form wizard (I am not an Access pro), but when I
add the fields of 3 tables the wizard balks. I have been told to use
the link master, but it is greyed out when I try linking.

I can use Access 2000 or 2003

Any ideas will be well appreciated.

Thanks to all.

Santo

Jan 11 '06 #1
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Check out the help on 'subforms'
You can have one or more subforms 'linked' to your mainform.
You will have to indicate Link master and Link child fields
A wizard for subforms is available in the toolbox.

Arno R

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Hi Folks,
I have 3 forms I want to link, so that when I advance 1 record in one
form it will update the other two with the same record in the first
form.

I have tried using the form wizard (I am not an Access pro), but when I
add the fields of 3 tables the wizard balks. I have been told to use
the link master, but it is greyed out when I try linking.

I can use Access 2000 or 2003

Any ideas will be well appreciated.

Thanks to all.

Santo

Jan 11 '06 #2

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