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    SubForm (2003)

    Is any way to have datasheet and Columnar in one subform. I have around 15 fields in one subform. I would like put 5 fields in Tab columnar, and the rest of 10 put in the datasheet of the subform. I don't know is that possible to do that. If it, how to do it?

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    Re: SubForm (2003)

    I don't think you can do this all on one subform (but I'm happy to be corrected!). You could probably achieve the same effect by having two subforms side-by-side, or a subform on a subform.

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    Re: SubForm (2003)

    Thanks. But can anybody confirm it.

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    Re: SubForm (2003)

    Jules is correct. A form is either a single form, a continuous form or a datasheet form, not a mixture of those types. You'd need two subforms to do what you want.

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    Re: SubForm (2003)

    Thank you so much.

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