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Synchronize Subforms in Access Without VBA


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In this video, I'm going to show you how to use two subforms to browse related records using an intermediary parent form. This will allow you to see a set of parent records in one subform, you can click on one, and then see the list of related child records in the second subform. For example, we'll see a list of starships and their crew. The same concept works for categories and products, customers and orders, employees and timecards, etc.

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