Continuous form on continuous form



I read in this discussion group that one can put a continuous form(subform)
on another continuous form(subform) as long as the subform is in the header
or footer of the main form. Is this true? I have a main form with 2
subforms. I put one subform in the footer and tried to put another subform
on the footer-placed subform andI keep getting messages it can't be done and
Access automatically chanes my form to single form which I can't change.

Jeanette Cunningham

There is a trick to doing this.
After you click OK to the message access gives you, go back to the main form
and change it to continuous.
I haven't tried it with a subform inside another subform.

Jeanette Cunningham MS Access MVP -- Melbourne Victoria Australia

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