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Not working records navigation buttons on navigation subform.

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Dears,

I have access data base designed in one navigation main form consist of many navigation sub forms,
One of my navigation subform has a navigation buttons to control internal bounded subform in it.

Buttons are working effectively if I opened the form independently away from main navigation tabs, but they are not working if I opened it as a navigation subform for unknown reason.

I hope somebody could help me in solving this problem.
I guess I need to edit something on buttons macro commands.

Regards,
Dec 3 '17 #1
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twinnyfo
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swahba,

This may not be an answer to your question, but I would steer away from the built-in Navigation Forms in MS Access and use a User-designed switchboard or navigation form instead. The Navigation Forms in Access prevent certain activities, such as referencing subforms (I think there is a workaround for this, but it over complexifies an otherwise simple process.

If you have additional questions or need clarification, please let us know.

Hope this hepps.
Jan 2 '18 #2

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