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best placement of a refresh of subform to display conditional formatting

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Where is the best place to refresh the subform to display condiitional formatting.

I have tried it on the Mainform current, load, on the subform current load, neither are displaying the conditional formatting correctly.  

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What do you mean by "not displaying correctly"?

Conditional formatting runs when the form is populated, You don't really have much control over "when".
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OH, THANKS, I got it working - I had to many refreshes on multiple events - the form got confused, I simiplified and its working now.
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I was just about to cancel this question.  thanks for the input.
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