problem with a subform


I have a subform that links the ids in two tables.  It used to work fine -- but now when the master form opens the one thing that comes up on the subform is a 'new' records (blank).  Or the Master file shows as a new record with all subform records.  There must be a setting that I am missing.

linked fields:
Master:              ID               = Project ID in tbl_Project
Subforms:         fkproject    = Project ID in tbl_ResourceRequest

Attached are sample tables and forms.

Thanks for your help,
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In your subform's design, under the Data tab, you currently have the Data Entry property set to YES.  This is only for entering new records, not viewing existing ones.

Change your Data Entry property to NO to see existing subform records.
aeolianjeAuthor Commented:

Thanks for the reply.  However, I do want the ability to enter new records on the subform.

You will have that abilty with data entry set to NO. The problem with data entry set to YES is that it exclusively allows you to enter new records, nothing else. The property name is a little misleading.
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The settings needed for your purpose are

Data Entry = No
Allow Additions= Yes

That allows entry of new records while dispaying existing ones.

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aeolianjeAuthor Commented:
Glad that worked out :)
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