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Access Tabbed From- Two Continuous Subforms - Moving to Next Subform

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Hello All.

I have a tabbed form.  On one of the Pages of that tabbed form I have 2 subforms that are set to Continuous.  However, before entering any info into those subforms the user clicks a control button that Prepopulates the Subforms with the info that I want completed.  So the the form will only have X number of records on it.

My question is, if sub1 has 8 fields (or whatever number of records that it is) is there a way that if the user gets to the last record on that prepopulated subform that when they hit the Tab Key or Enter key that it goes to the Subform2's first record - Which is ALSO a prepopulated continuous form with it's own X number of records?
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Thank you Cap!  Always great when you chime in!
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