VBA requirements

I have done a simple payroll for a small company and it working fine. Now in the sub report where we capture deductions , such as loans & advances I just want all the  deduction to be captured in one line and at the end of the line access should not allow the courser to go to the second line.

How can I archive that by using VBA??????????

I do not want to start summing data again because it will changing a lot of objects, any help on this will be highly appreciated.

Regards

Chris
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Hankwembo Christopher,FCCA,FZICA,CIA,MAAT,B.A.ScDirectorAsked:
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John TsioumprisSoftware & Systems EngineerCommented:
Without knowing the exact structure of your report/subreport a possible solution would be to add a group on your subreport and on the footer
 of the group perform the sum of the deductions
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Hankwembo Christopher,FCCA,FZICA,CIA,MAAT,B.A.ScDirectorAuthor Commented:
Sorry may be I was not clear here, what I'm saying is that I have a subform attached to the parent form, now in the subform instead of having endless number of lines or rows created I want to limit the rows to one. Here is the code I'm trying but I seam not to get it right , may be Im making a mistake some where, please check:

Private Sub Form_BeforeInsert(Cancel as Integer)
If DCount("*", "[childtable]", "[ID] = " & Me!ID) >= 1 Then
MsgBox "Only one records allowed", vbOKOnly
Cancel = True
End If
End Sub


Please note Child table represent table name attached to the subform

Regards

Chris
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Dale FyeOwner, Developing Solutions LLCCommented:
Personally, I prefer to use the AllowAdditions method of the form.  So that in the main forms current event, I would check to see whether there is already 1 or more records in the subform, and if so, set the subforms AllowAdditions properly to false.
If DCount("*", "[childtable]", "[ID] = " & Me!ID) >= 1 Then me.subformcontrolname.form.AllowAdditions = false

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Then, in the subforms AfterUpdate event, I would perform a similar check.  This would allow the 1st record to be created and edited, but after that record is written to the table, then the Form_Afterupdate event would set the AllowAdditions properly to false.
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