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Subform Validation

I have a subform that is a datasheet, I want to keep a field "locked" until a number of fields are filled in.  What would be the best event to place this validation?
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8/22/2022 - Mon
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By calling the subroutine from the Form_Current, you ensure that as you move between records, the Locked property will be set specific to that each individual record.
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Extra points to fyed for being first, both were helpful.
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