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Is there a better way to refresh a datasheet in a subform using comboboxes?

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I am using a datasheet in a subform with a few columns which use combobox. Each time the user changes the combobox value I need to refresh the entire datasheet (usually not more than 30 rows) for this new value and for any matching row. Unfortunately, these updates make the screen very restless. Is there a better way to update these rows and then refresh the screen at the end? Thank you so much for any help. Regards Michael
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