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Navigation Tab Forms

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I want to use a tabbed navigation form to display related information on each tab to one particular record.

So on the first tab/form the user would pick a company.
Then when he clicks over to the second form it would show that companies products.
The third tab would be the companies employees.
And so on...

I have extensive programming and Access experience but I haven't used the navigation forms yet and am just having a little bit of a stummbling block.
Apr 9 '12 #1
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I am not very sure what you are looking for.
Looks as a easier task to put, in every tab, a subform linked to the Company_ID.

Please be more exactly on formulate the question.
What is your problem ?
What you do not know ?

Take a look here (maybe is a help for you)
Apr 10 '12 #2

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Tabs can help you to look at data that is linked, however you include so little information as to what you're working with that it's impossible to advise you reliably. It sounds like you may need one item as the fundamental data on the main form itself, and others linked on Tabs, but that's just an educated guess from reading between the lines. You need to make your question make sense before you ever post it.
Apr 11 '12 #3

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