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MS Access Sub Form Issue

Posted on 2011-09-08
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Hi Experts,

I'm having an issue adding a footer in one of my subforms that will let you cycle through different records for the same Primary Record in the main form.

Below is the pic of the control that trying to add to the sub-form.
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Question by:Samoin
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Rey Obrero earned 500 total points
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did you set the Navigation Buttons property of the subform/form to Yes ?
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by:mbizup
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Go into your subform's property sheet.

Under the "Format" tab, ensure that you have set the Record Selctors property to YES.
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by:mbizup
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Cap's got it... its the Navigation Buttons property.

<ic of the control that trying to add to the sub-form. >

It's not actually a control that you add, it is a built-in part of the form that you choose to display or not to display.

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