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Tab from the main form, form header to the subform, form header in Access 2003

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Hello:

I am fairly new to Access and was wondering if someone could help me out. I have a main form with header. In the detail section of the main form, there is a subform. The subform has a header and a detail section. I am not able to tab from the last record in the main form's header to the header of the subform. Also, I am not able to tab from the subform's header, to the subform detail section.

I have set the tab order for each individual section (the main form's header, the subform's header, and the subform detail), but can not get the tab to move from one section to the next.

Thanks for your help!

Jill
May 29 '07 #1
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puppydogbuddy
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Hello:

I am fairly new to Access and was wondering if someone could help me out. I have a main form with header. In the detail section of the main form, there is a subform. The subform has a header and a detail section. I am not able to tab from the last record in the main form's header to the header of the subform. Also, I am not able to tab from the subform's header, to the subform detail section.

I have set the tab order for each individual section (the main form's header, the subform's header, and the subform detail), but can not get the tab to move from one section to the next.

Thanks for your help!

Jill
See this link to the microsoft kb with a free download:
ACC: How to Move from Subform to Main Form by Using TAB or ENTER
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/q210011/


ACG Soft provides a more comprehensive solution.

How to control Tabbing and "Enter" key movement in and out of a sub-Form and a Main Form. (See Forms Movement Topic)
http://www.groupacg.com/
May 29 '07 #2

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