I don't know what changed but I have several subforms that are now not displaying the vertical scroll bar. I have seen this before on a single subform when there is some type of parameter against a pass-thru query but not all of the independent subforms at the same time. Anyone know what could cause this. I am using MS Access 2003
Sounds like the newly created subform might be corrupted. Try this (especially #6):
Steps (approximately in order) to use to fix a corrupted Access database.
1) CREATE A BACKUP OF THE CORRUPT DATABASE.
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