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21-Jul-2012, 04:19 PM #1
Solved: AC2007 - SubForm Data Entry
Hello, I have a form/subform data entry question.

When a name and date is entered into my Main form, any existing records for that name/date combination are displayed in the subform. If the data entry operator wants to add additional records for that name/date combination, depending on the number of existing subform records, he may have to scroll to the last subform entry in order to view a blank new record. How can I get the subform to display a blank record at the top to eliminate the need to scroll?

Thank you for your help.
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22-Jul-2012, 04:42 AM #2
Unfortunately as far as I know you can't.
What you can do is add a Command button that takes the user to a new record, the command button Wizard will create this for you.
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Thank you OBP, I'll try that.
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