troubleshooting Question

Nested Continuous Forms

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I am trying to create a form (frmPricingTabs) which has a tab control that contains a continuous subform (frmPricingTabsSub) on each tab.  In the detail of the subform, I would like to have a combo to select a certain employee, along with another continuous subform (frmPricingTabsSubDetail) which will contain multiple pricing records for the selected employee.  In other words, for each tab, I want to be able to build groups of pricing records for multiple employees.  When I try to nest continuous subforms, Access 2000 tells me that I "can't view a form as a continuous form is it contains a subform".  Any ideas how I might be able to get around this while still displaying the data with nested grouping?

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