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MANAGING MULTIPLE INSTANCES OF THE SAME FORM

In the following sections, let's look at a more advanced example for managing multiple instances of forms. In the example given in Chapter 2, you were introduced to this technique by opening the same form for employees and supervisors.

Looking at the Feature Set

Now you can see how to open multiple copies of the same form, using the same record source, but with different records chosen. This is useful when you have a browse window open for viewing records, and then want users to be able to open up multiple records at the same time with the same form. Some of the features also included are as follows:

  • By selecting and deselecting from a list, the forms are created and closed automatically.
  • If you ...

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