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No filter vs unfiltered

Posted on 2014-03-18
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Hi Experts,

I have subforms that use the search box of the navigation buttons.
In some of them it shows no-filter and some unfiltered.
When you have unfiltered the search filters the form, otherwise it just finds the next record.
I want to show unfiltered in all of them.
They all have filter on Load = No.

Thanks,

Gary
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by:Bill Ross
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Hi,

Which version of MS Access?

Please post a sample DB with the issue so we can help.  

Thanks,

Bill
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If you add a filter to the form it then changes.
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I looked into the problem and found that if you add a filter to the form it then changes.
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