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MS Access 2010 - Can't see ID field in Datasheet view of subform

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I have a subform and the TaskID displays on design view but does not show on form view.

How can I get the TaskID to display?
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1) earned 500 total points
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in form view, right click on any of the title or label
select Unhide fields, check the fields to unhide


post back the result
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That was it - thank you.
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