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Subform on a Continuous Form

Posted on 2004-10-18
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I'm trying to create this (screenshot -- edited in Photoshop):
http://tinyurl.com/4yprp

But Access 2002 says "A form with a subform object can't have its DefaultView property set to Continuous Forms."

Any idea's??
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Question by:The_JFG
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it simply means you cannot have a contiuous form within a continuous form ie.
if your subform is continuous your main form MUST be a single form
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Access won't allow you to have:
- continuous
   - continous

But you CAN do this:
- datasheet
   - datasheet
      - continuous

When using subforms within subforms, you must use datasheet to datasheet, but the lowest level subform can be datasheet OR continuous form.
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Have a look at the pivottable wizard/form
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