Resize rows on 2 datasheet forms to match vertical sizing

I have a main form that has two sub-forms on it.  Both of the sub-forms are datasheet forms. If I manually size the rows on one of the forms vertically I want the other one to size itself to whatever row vertical size I made the first one.

Is there a way to do this?
SteveL13Asked:
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SteveL13Author Commented:
There is actually a main form and a sub form and the two datasheet forms are on the subform.

As an experiment I put a textbox names txtDatasheetRowHeight on the sub form and did this afterupdate event.  But it doesn't work.  I get "Object doesn't support this property or method"

Forms!frmProjectBuilder.Form!frmFoundationBuilder.Form![subfrmFoundationBuilderCopy1].RowHeight = Me.txtDatasheetRowHeight
Forms!frmProjectBuilder.Form!frmFoundationBuilder.Form![subfrmFoundationBuilderCopy2].RowHeight = Me.txtDatasheetRowHeight
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SteveL13Author Commented:
I just got it with:

Forms!frmProjectBuilder.Form!frmFoundationBuilder.Form!subfrmFoundationBuilderCopy1.Form.RowHeight = Me.txtDatasheetRowHeight
Forms!frmProjectBuilder.Form!frmFoundationBuilder.Form!subfrmFoundationBuilderCopy2.Form.RowHeight = Me.txtDatasheetRowHeight

Now if only I could make the vertical height change dynamically when I drag one of them, they both change.
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Gustav BrockCIOCommented:
I doubt you can, as no event for this is exposed.
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SteveL13Author Commented:
My solution worked.
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