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merging forms in access

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Hi Guys,

So far so good, your tips have helped me sort some very confusing issues... But now i have another.
Is there a way to merge 2 forms (with different tables) into 1 single form.
Or at worst, graft 1 form as a subform to another already existing form ?

Thanks for your time...
May 22 '07 #1
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missinglinq
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Your post is kind of sparse in detail, but here are three methods:

You can add the second form to the first as a subform
a) Add the subform object to your 1st form
b) Select the 2nd form as record source for your subform

You could create a new form and add two subforms, one for each of your
original forms.

You could create a query, joining the tables from your orginal two forms and base a form on this query.

A little more detail on your intent might help us help you better.

Good Luck!
May 22 '07 #2

P: 9
Your post is kind of sparse in detail, but here are three methods:

You can add the second form to the first as a subform
a) Add the subform object to your 1st form
b) Select the 2nd form as record source for your subform

You could create a new form and add two subforms, one for each of your
original forms.

You could create a query, joining the tables from your orginal two forms and base a form on this query.

A little more detail on your intent might help us help you better.

Good Luck!

Thats great ! Of course i can use a query to make a form....thanks for responding so quickly... :)
May 22 '07 #3

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