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Tab control in main and sub form

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HI ,

I have developed a Accesss application using MS access 2000. Please clarify me the following.

I have one subform in my mainform. The tab controls for the sub form are separate from the main form.

For ex:- If I set the last tab control as 9 in the mainform, in the subform the tab index is as 1,2,3,4, etc.

Tell me how to give tab control in the subform so that the last field will move to the mainform controsl,
Mar 20 '07 #1
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You can only use the TAB key to move around various items that are linked in a set.
Some tabbed items, can themselves contain tabbed items (EG a SubForm). You cannot move from switching between controls on a subform, to switching between controls on your main form, simply by using TAB. The numbers you refer to are specifically within their own defined sets, and cannot be merged. Clearly, this would make no sense.
Mar 21 '07 #2

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