I have this header form that has a recordsource set on its onload event (a query that may be long to run). I also have a subform that is based on a table and therefore is way faster to run. So the details appears like 3 seconds before the header. I'd like to avoid this this ? Maybe wait until the query of the header is finished ?
How could I proceed ? (code needed as usual...)
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