access 2010 - tabnavigationcontrol, when i change tab, the view always jumps down a little and i can't see the tabs anymore

Posted on 2011-10-07
Last Modified: 2012-08-28
When i change tab, the view always jumps down a little and i can't see the tabs anymore.
This only occurs when the tab is filled with a subform.
The FormHeader is still on the screen, the details field jumps down a little, is there an option somewhere for the tabcontrol, always on front or something like that?
Question by:Partstcs
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    You can try changing the Tab Order for the tab page and/or forms. Access will set focus to the first item in the Tab Order for your viewed object, and if that is the Subform, then Access will attempt to present that form as fully as possible.

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