Unbound continuous form?


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LAS

Has anyone ever used a completely unbound continuous form? All the examples
I've seen assume that only one row is retrieved in the recordset. That is,
that the form is a single, not a continuous form.

TIA
LAS
 
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John W. Vinson

Has anyone ever used a completely unbound continuous form? All the examples
I've seen assume that only one row is retrieved in the recordset. That is,
that the form is a single, not a continuous form.

TIA
LAS

You cannot use a completely unbound continuous form. A continuous form must
get its data from SOMEWHERE - a table or query.
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LAS

Yes, it dawned on me after I posted this that unbound controls in a
continuous form all have the same value.
 

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