How to Create a Subform in MS Access
Subforms are a great way to both display related child data, and allow users to work on child data related to a parent record in another form. In this example, we’ll create an orders form, and then put the line items for that order in an order items subform. When we scroll through the orders, the child list on the subform also changes. This tool is a critical one for your Access toolkit!
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