Bound subform showing 2 blank records on open

Hello,
I have an unbound form with a bound subform. On open the subform shows 2 blank records. The subform is bound to a query that links the data to the main form via an ID. If I run the query alone i only get one blank line.
Please help
Thanks
Iain
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Gustav BrockCIOCommented:
Only one record can be new (blank), so you are not providing the full picture.
You probably run some code somewhere that saves a record.

/gustav
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Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:
unbound form with a bound subform
Or perhaps you should take a step back and explain to us fully what you are trying to accomplish with this system....

Perhaps there is a more efficient approach...

Without us knowing what you are doing and why, ...it is difficult to say what it is not working for you...
Typically, both the Main-form and the sub-form are bound (and have their master and child links set to the common field), ...and it all works smoothly

JeffCoachman
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PatHartmanCommented:
Take a look at the table directly.  You should see the blank record.  Delete the blank record(s) and set the table properties to require at least one column to be populated.
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iainmacleodAuthor Commented:
Thanks you all for assistance. I redesigned the forms in a more efficient manner. I am learning with your help.
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