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USING THE SUBFORM/SUBREPORT WIZARD FOR RELIEF

One irritation in using subform controls is having to create the form used as the subform. Although it's not the most advanced topic, using the Subform/Subreport Wizard can save a great deal of time and hassle. Rather than create the form used as a subform or subreport ahead of time, follow these steps:

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Create the main form as you normally do.
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While still in Design view on the main form, make sure that the wizards are toggled on by using the Wizard control in the toolbox.
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Click the Subform/Subreport control. The first dialog of the SubForm Wizard appears (see Figure 10.28).
Figure 10.28. The SubForm/SubReport Wizard can save some time by setting up certain properties for you.
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