Mainform = Maximize; Subform = Restore

I have a textbox on a "mainform".

When executing event "Double-Click" I bring up another form that allows for data entry.

Here's what I want to achieve:
1. Double-click on textbox... brings up the subform in RESTORE mode
2. At that same time, I do NOT want the mainform to be in RESTORE MODE.  Instead, I want that mainform to remain in MAXIMIZED mode.

It seems like it either way... I can only both view forms via DoCmd.Maximize or DoCmd.Restore.    Again, that's not want I need... mainform should be = MAXIMIZED; subform should be = RESTORED.

Any idea as to how I can force a different mode for either form?

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You can open the second form as a pop-up to get it to open restored on top of a maximized form.

To make your form a pop-up, set the PopUp and Modal properties to true.

To open it restored, put a DoCmd.Restore in the form OnOpen or OnActivate event procedure.

To open a form maximized, put a DoCmd.Maximize in the form OnOpen or OnActivate event procedure.

Hope this helps!

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TomBock2004Author Commented:
Fabulous!!! That works awesome!

Thanks so much for the prompt reply.

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