refresh a subform and specifically a field for each record

Access 2010  subform

Is there a way to refresh a subform and based  a field in that subform so..and vba code for that field is ran ?

I have vba code thats needs to run in the after update event..

APPROVED_GP_AfterUpdate  for each record in the field itself.

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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE )Infotrakker SoftwareCommented:
You can refresh a subform like this:

From the Parent form: Me.NameOfSubformControl.Form.Refresh

From the subform: Me.Refresh

The AfterUpdate event for a Control only runs when that Control is updated. If you need to run code at other times, not in response to an Event, you should move that code to a Sub or Function, and call that Sub or Function as needed. In the control's AfterUpdate event, for example, of when you Refresh.

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crystal (strive4peace) - Microsoft MVP, AccessRemote Training and ProgrammingCommented:

if the value in the control is bound to a field that is used for row or record sources, you can force a save right after the control is updated on the control AfterUpdate event:
   Me. Dirty = false 'save record -- no need to test if on bound control AfterUpdate

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This will not requery controls or refresh (sub)forms that might be affected.  It will, however, display updated results for calculated controls in the (sub)form itself like Sums.  

Not sure what you mean by "refresh a subform" so don't know if you have what you need to know yet. Scott gave you some good information too

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