I am following the steps of the "How to Create Multiple Nested Continuous Subforms in Microsoft Access - EXTENDED CUT MEMBERS" but cannot get the forms to synchronize.
I am trying to get two forms to synch. The fields involved in the one-to-many relationship are included in the main continuous form and the child continuous form embedded in the footer section of the main form.
When I change rows in the parent, nothing happens in the child. I must be missing some very basic step.
Kevin Robertson 10 months ago
In the Subform, have you set the Link Master Fields and Link Child Fields properties. They are on the Data tab of the Property Sheet.
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