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  1. dgent81

    How to reference n-1 or top one of a control

    Interesting thought as the first row is now in the database but the newly focused row/control is not yet in the databased. If I push a record into the database based on lostfocus, I wonder if the subform will realize that and show the new records. good test
  2. dgent81

    How to reference n-1 or top one of a control

    I would say it is add records via a details area of a subform, but it sounds like access does not expose what I need at runtime of the form
  3. dgent81

    How to reference n-1 or top one of a control

    The control is a combobox (Patient) on a detail subform. As you make entry the grid automatically shows the user a new add row right below it with the controls repeated. A typical grid. I can reference the control they are touching using Me.Patient and that works fine, but I want to do like...
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