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Microsoft® Office Access™ 2007 Plain & Simple by Curtis D. Frye

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Viewing a Subdatasheet

When two tables are in a one-to-many relationship, you can create a subdatasheet that displays records from the table on the "many" side of the relationship. A plus sign appears next to the key field of the datasheet on the "one" side of the relationship, indicating a subdatasheet is available. If your table doesn’t have a subdatasheet associated with it, you can set your table’s properties to identify the table or query that you want to display as a subdatasheet.

Open and Close a Subdatasheet

  1. Open a table in Datasheet view.

  2. Click the plus sign next to the value for which you want to see records in the related subdatasheet. ...

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