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MS Access Combo Boxes & SubForms

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I have a Main Form with a combo box at the top. The combo box has 6 different values it reads from a table. I have 6 subforms which I have already built. Depending on the value selected in the combo box I want to display directly below the combo box its corresponding subform. Can someone please give me an example of how I would do this?
Oct 11 '07 #1
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Use the combo's AfterUpdate event to set the ObjectSource of the subform to the value of the combobox.

Personally I wouldn't use this setup, but use a tab control with six tabs and on each tab the subform.
Instead of the "complex" selection from a combobox the user now only has to press a button...

Oct 11 '07 #2

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