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Sub Report Visibility

Sub Report Visibility

Sub Report Visibility

I have a main report with 7 sub reports.  Those subreports all have a bunch of subreports within them.  When I put in the 6th subreport on the main form, I get a message saying "Cannot open any more tables."  Right now I'm using the visible property to hide the other subreports, but is there a way to not have them try to open up?  So instead of having Me.SubReport.Form.Visible = True, is there something like Me.SubReport.Form.Open?

RE: Sub Report Visibility

I couldn't find 3.5, but found 4.0.  And it didn't help.  How do you open a recordset in a report?  And do you put the code on Activate or on Open?

RE: Sub Report Visibility

I'm still having problems having all my subforms opening up.  Anybody know of a way to close a subform?  

RE: Sub Report Visibility

I'm still having problems having all my subforms opening up.  Anybody know of a way to close a subform?

subFORMs or subREPORTS?...First you were talking about reports, then you started talking forms. Which is it? The answer depends on the difference.

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