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Refreshing Graphs On Forms

Posted on 2013-01-13
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I have a graph linked to the output on a subform.

But when i load thesubform the graph is blank until i double click on it and then it populates perfectly.

Can i get the graph to show at the same time as i make the subform visible?

Thanks
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Hi,

Its already linked and i have done a requery but no good.
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I have managed to do it by simulating a double left click on the graph.

Problem is not i can not seem to shift the focus back from the graph to an item on the main form which i need to do to close the graphs datasheet.

Any ideas welcome.
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Works with limitations
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