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Tabs and Viewing All Records

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Jennifer Cali, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. Jennifer Cali

    Jennifer Cali
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    I have two forms - frmRecipes and subRecipesAll. In the frmRecipes, I used
    the tab tool to create two tabs on the form. The first tab shows each
    individual recipe with all the fields in the tblRecipes reflected. The second
    tab is (supposed) to be the subRecipesAll, which is a form I created in a
    continuous format so that all recipes show up as individual "rows". If I open
    the subRecipesAll form on its own, then it correctly shows all recipes, one
    per line, with the selected fields showing on that corresponding line. If I
    drag & drop the subRecipesAll form into the second tab of the frmRecipes,
    though, it seems to be filtering and only showing the record that corresponds
    to the record showing on tab one. I hope that makes sense. Any advice on how
    I can make ALL the records show up on the second tab like it does when I open
    it on its own?
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    Thank you! - Jennifer
     
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  3. Wolfgang Kais

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    Hello Jennifer.

    Jennifer Cali wrote:
    > I have two forms - frmRecipes and subRecipesAll. In the frmRecipes,
    > I used the tab tool to create two tabs on the form. The first tab shows
    > each individual recipe with all the fields in the tblRecipes reflected.
    > The second tab is (supposed) to be the subRecipesAll, which is a form
    > I created in a continuous format so that all recipes show up as
    > individual "rows". If I open the subRecipesAll form on its own, then it
    > correctly shows all recipes, one per line, with the selected fields
    > showing on that corresponding line. If I drag & drop the subRecipesAll
    > form into the second tab of the frmRecipes, though, it seems to be
    > filtering and only showing the record that corresponds to the record
    > showing on tab one. I hope that makes sense.


    Yes, it does. The subform was linked to the master form automatically.

    > Any advice on how I can make ALL the records show up on the
    > second tab like it does when I open it on its own?


    Select the subform control on tab 2 and clear the LinkChildFields and
    LinkMasterFields properties using the properties window.

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    Regards,
    Wolfgang
     
  4. Jennifer Cali

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    You are wonderful - that solved my problem. Thanks!
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    Thank you! - Jennifer


    "Wolfgang Kais" wrote:

    > Hello Jennifer.
    >
    > Jennifer Cali wrote:
    > > I have two forms - frmRecipes and subRecipesAll. In the frmRecipes,
    > > I used the tab tool to create two tabs on the form. The first tab shows
    > > each individual recipe with all the fields in the tblRecipes reflected.
    > > The second tab is (supposed) to be the subRecipesAll, which is a form
    > > I created in a continuous format so that all recipes show up as
    > > individual "rows". If I open the subRecipesAll form on its own, then it
    > > correctly shows all recipes, one per line, with the selected fields
    > > showing on that corresponding line. If I drag & drop the subRecipesAll
    > > form into the second tab of the frmRecipes, though, it seems to be
    > > filtering and only showing the record that corresponds to the record
    > > showing on tab one. I hope that makes sense.

    >
    > Yes, it does. The subform was linked to the master form automatically.
    >
    > > Any advice on how I can make ALL the records show up on the
    > > second tab like it does when I open it on its own?

    >
    > Select the subform control on tab 2 and clear the LinkChildFields and
    > LinkMasterFields properties using the properties window.
    >
    > --
    > Regards,
    > Wolfgang
    >
    >
    >
     
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