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Form/Subform In Continuous Form

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Is there a way to put a main form/subform in a continuous form so I can
scroll through all the records in the main form?

Thanks!

Mar 1 '08 #1
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"Steve" <Em***@Invalid.comschreef in bericht news:13*************@corp.supernews.com...
Is there a way to put a main form/subform in a continuous form so I can
scroll through all the records in the main form?

Thanks!
Huh ?? Would that be nice ?? Why do you want that ??
I guess you need to use a continuous form, and open a particular (filtered) mainform by means of a doubleclick (or something like that) in the record you need.

Arno R
Mar 1 '08 #2

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Steve wrote:
Is there a way to put a main form/subform in a continuous form so I can
scroll through all the records in the main form?

Thanks!
You could create a continuous form of the main form (subA). And make a
continous form of the subform (subB). Then create/open up a new form
(MainForm) and drop both forms into the new form. You wouldn't use
Master/Child linking between the two subforms. In the subform SubA you
might have in the OnCurrent event some code like
Forms!MainForm!SubB.Filter = "CustID = " & Me.CustID
Forms!MainForm!SubB.FilterOn = True

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Mar 3 '08 #4

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