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Sub form only shows first record

Posted on 2013-10-29
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I have a main form which contains a sub-form.  The link field is MasterID for both.

But the subform only shows the first record and I know there are two records.

Also, and I'm sure this is a clue...  when you make an entry in the subform normally another row opens up in view but that is not happening.

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Also, the record selector at the bottom of the sub form shows 1 of 2.  But only one is displaying.
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Check to see if the subform default view is not Single Form.
If single form is used you need to click the record selector to view other record.
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