I have a complex problem. I have a main form (frmTitles) that holds the title (CD Title) information. On frmTitles there is a subform subfrmSongs (continuous form) and in the footer of subfrmSongs are two forms frmMMSongComposer and frmMMSongGroup which are both Many to Many Relationship to tblSongs (frmSongs).
I would like to enter the Title information, then the song information. This is where is gets dicey. The tab order for subfrmSongs is Side/Disc, Position, Song Title, Song Type and SongLength. Once I exit SongLength I would like to go to frmMMSongComposer, then frmMMSongGroup and then back to subfrmSongs to enter the next song.
As the form is now I have to enter each song, then for each song enter the information for frmMMSongComposer and frmMMSongGroup then select the next song.
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