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  1. #1
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    Jun 2005
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    Question Unanswered: Opening form with macros

    Patience please...I am an Access newbie. I have a few of questions.

    First, I have a subform nested in a subform nested in a form. I am opening the form with three different OpenForm macros, one in edit mode, one in read-only mode and one in add mode. At times the second subform comes up blank. Sometimes in read-only and edit mode simply selecting the next record makes the subform appear. Other times, in add mode, I can't even make the first subform appear at all. When this happens, I find that somehow or another the properties of the form got changed to not allow edits, deletes and additions? Any ideas?

    Second, I have a combo box in the header of the form that allows searches on records. However, when opened with the macro read only, it doesn't allow me to use the combo box to view the records. Anyway around this?

    Last, I have (as you can tell) taken a basic class in Access. I now have the option of following that class up with a day-long seminar on Queries or a two-day seminar in VBA. Which is more useful???

    Thanks!

  2. #2
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    hi I am new

    Hi everyone, I am Jess , I am new here at dBforums - Database Support Community
    I am from Canada, where are you guys from?

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    New Zealand
    hope this help

    See clear as mud


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