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    Using subforms (Access 2000)

    An answer to my earlier problem was to use a subform so Technicians can input a parts order which works O.K. but I've found the parts are still visible even though another customer is selected on the main form. What I want to do is for the subform to be empty so a Technician can fill it in with the parts he requires for a particular customer, also I want to hide the number of records the subform holds (it shows 1 of 15 ) is there a way to do this? Any help may save me going bald.

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    Re: Using subforms (Access 2000)

    You can't hide the numbers unless you turn off the navigation buttons by setting their property to false. If your subform isn't empty, it isn't linked properly to the parent form?
    Charlotte

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    Re: Using subforms (Access 2000)

    About the bald part - if you work on Access for any extended period of time your hair is likely history - witness my situation. In any event, Charolette is correct - check the Main and Subform link properties on your subform control on the main form - you should find something not correct there.
    Wendell

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