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Access 2007, button to open a subform (not tabs)

Posted on 2009-07-08
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Hi all
i have my main form, then a button in it named ComputersButton and i have a unbound subform named MainWindow

is there anyway i can have a form open in MainWindow via the ComputersButton?

ive done some googling and searching this forum and not found much other than putting all the subforms in the mainform and having a button to make the form visible/invisible

is this the only method and could someone show me how its done it if is

Thanks
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i know how to create a subform im not an idiot lol

what im asking is for a way to open multiple forms in the same subform window
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