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Access Subform within SubForm

Posted on 2014-09-02
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Hi,

(I may have read something about this before but can't find anything)>

I have FORM1 which calls a subform FORM2.
Then within FORM2 I am trying to call FORM3.

However, this does not work.

Is there some general problem calling a "SUBFORM" when you are already in a "SUBFORM"?
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Question by:Patrick O'Dea
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You have to refer to the Parent form first.

From within FORM2 :

Me.Parent.YourSubForm3SubFormControlName.Form!SomeControlName
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Thanks,

Matter is now resolved
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