ACCESS 2010

From a user list selection, 2 options, is it possible to toggle between two different Access forms?

If so how is this done

I'd like to keep sequential autonumbers regardless of user choice.

e.g.  1st selection is XS - Autonumber 1 - form 1 is displayed, 2nd selection is NonXS - Autonumber 2 - form 2 is displayed
Murphy1992Asked:
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
is it possible.
create two forms that are bound to the same table with the autonumber field.
- this could be tricky
- post more details about the process.
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Jim Dettman (Microsoft MVP/ EE MVE)President / OwnerCommented:
To add to Rey's comment, put the choice control as part of a main form, then have two subforms which you show/hide as needed using the visible property of the subform controls.

Jim.
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Enough information to start to play and resolve issue
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