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Using the count function in a calculated control value.

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I am attempting to add a calculated control that counts the number of records displayed in a subform. I have two seprate tabs, hopefully it will not change the value if I switch between the tabs. I have tried the following codes to no avail:

=MemberInformationSubform.Form!txtFirstNameCount
and Count*

Hoping that it would count the first name field entries that I have entered.
Jul 25 '07 #1
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NeoPa
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PrimeHawk, you haven't painted a very clear picture of what you have. It's very hard to help when the question isn't clear. We live on information.
Jul 26 '07 #2

nico5038
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I am attempting to add a calculated control that counts the number of records displayed in a subform. I have two seprate tabs, hopefully it will not change the value if I switch between the tabs. I have tried the following codes to no avail:

=MemberInformationSubform.Form!txtFirstNameCount
and Count*

Hoping that it would count the first name field entries that I have entered.
Why not use the system message with the number of records at the bottom of the subform ?

Nic;o)
Jul 27 '07 #3

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