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    Solved Passing forms from one subform to another...

    "I don't see how I can remove this subform, with that selected record intact as its recordset" That's exactly the point, I want to keep the content of the sub-form in its current state in case the user wants to revert to it after starting another function. As CJ wrote, the way to go is...
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    Solved Passing forms from one subform to another...

    Hi George It's all about managing adequately the working space. Since I want the application frame (menu, header and so on) to stay in place whatever the user does, the easiest way is to use a sub-form for the working area. This allows me to keep control of the different elements. I don't...
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    Solved Passing forms from one subform to another...

    Sorry I forgot to mention that all this is done in runtime using VBA code.
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    Solved Passing forms from one subform to another...

    I have a form which I use as the main container for my application. It contains a menu on the left, a header that serves as the title bar, a footer that serves as the status bar and a sub-form that shows the current functionality. When the user selects a menu item on the left, I simply load the...
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    Greetings from the land of chocolate, cheese and erm... banks

    Hi folks Long time lurker here and wanted to thank you all for sharing your knowledge and ideas. I've been programming for years using languages/environements like C++, Delphi and Visual Basic and had a hard time at first in my new job since only MS Access is available. This site helped me a...
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