Subform in a Continuous Form
By Richard Rost 3 years ago
Display a Subform Inside a Continuous Form
In this Microsoft Access tutorial, I will show you how to display a Subform inside a Continous Form (List Form).
Em (Platinum Member) asks, "I’m trying to create a subform inside of a continuous form and it’s not working. Access gives me an error message and won’t let me do it. Do you have a workaround?"
I'll show you how to keep the customers and contacts as two separate continuous forms side-by-side. As you move from customer to customer it will sync up the contact list. When you close the customer form, the contact form will close.
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