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how can i change a forms view from normal to datasheet programatically?

Posted on 2014-09-04
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Hi Experts,
I have a sub form that users would like to view it in both ways, meaning in datasheet view by default, but should have the option to switch to normal form view, now I am trying to avoid creating an extra form, is there a way to code this by a click of a button?
When I try running the code me.SubForm.Form.CurrentView=0, I get an error saying "This property is read-only and can't be set"
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DBView.accdb
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by:bfuchs
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Hi als315,

Thanks for replying,

I just got a chance to test this in my environment (access 2000), and it says "acCmdSubformFormView" this is not a defined type.

I tried the following
    If Me.subForm1.Form.CurrentView = 1 Then
        Me.subForm1.SetFocus
        DoCmd.RunCommand 108
        btn0.Caption = "Form view"
    Else
        Me.subForm1.SetFocus
        DoCmd.RunCommand 462
        btn0.Caption = "Datasheet view"
    End If

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And the first part did well, however the else part (462) is giving me an error "You cancelled the previous command", any idea how to overcome this problem?

Thanks,
Ben
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I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

Accepted answer: 0 points for bfuchs's comment #a40308833

for the following reason:

Never mind, I got my answer in link below, thanks for pointing me to the right direction.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Database/MS_Access/Q_23949961.html
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Never mind, I got my answer in link below, thanks for pointing me to the right direction.
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