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Pull down field does not show value until subform gets focus

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I have a form with a subform, on the subform i ve got a pull down field (select), when i open the main form  the values in this field are n't displayed until i change the focus to the subform.
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Question by:timohorn
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by:Bill Ross
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Hi,

What's the recordsource of the main form?  Check it to make sure it does not rely on a selection from the subform...

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Bill
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No it does n't the subform  and the main form have a relation , only the pull down values are not shown until i put the focus on the subform
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Hi,

Please post the row source of the combo box "pull down" controls that are not working.

Thanks,

Bill
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Also, can you post a sample CB so I can take a look?

Bill
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found it on the internet, but thanks for the help
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