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Form.Subdatasheet Expanded - No expansion if no child records?

Posted on 2006-10-23
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I have a subdatasheet/form that I'd like to automatically expand only when there are child records.  Does anyone know of a way to do this, maybe in code?  Form.Subdatasheet Expanded set to 'Yes' expands all of them...
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Data-Man earned 600 total points
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you can use this command to expand the sub datasheet view

docmd.RunCommand acCmdSubdatasheetExpandAll

You'll have to test for data first and then run the code.

Mike
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by:WorthN
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That was fast! Thanks.

This expands all SubDataSheets...  I'd like it to only expand the SubDatasheet if there is a child record.  Otherwise I get this unreadable mess with every parent record displaying sub record with new record line and headings.

Cheers
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by:dannywareham
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Check the number of records:

(Air code)

If me.subsheetname.form.recordcout >0 then
docmd.RunCommand acCmdSubdatasheetExpandAll
End if
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by:Data-Man
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Sorry, the it's either ExpandAll or CollaspeAll.

I no of no way to expand a single record.  

However, it there is a will there is a way.

Mike

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by:WorthN
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Thanks...  I'll give that a go.
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by:WorthN
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Just an FYI...  I'm still looking for a solution to this in case anyone comes across the answer.

Cheers!
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