Access Subforms – Using The Simple Wizard Tool To Create MS Access Subforms

Access Subforms – Using The Simple Wizard Tool To Create MS Access Subforms

I was going to create a quick video tutorial about Access subforms but you know there are already many videos out there and to begin with I recommend the following 3 minute one below using MS Access 2007.

Access Subforms – Using The Simple Wizard Tool To Create MS Access Subforms

The author takes you through the easiest approach of creating MS Access subforms using the built-in wizard tool. You just need to make sure you have a common field that will be the join between the main form and the sub-form in otherwords, have your relationships ready.

You can nest (subforms inside subforms) Access subforms too but keep it simple, you do access subformsnot want to over develop the Access form making it too busy looking and also slowing down the performance if not designed with care.

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One Response to Access Subforms – Using The Simple Wizard Tool To Create MS Access Subforms

  1. Ben Beitler says:

    The join relationship type needs to be ideally one field to another with a ‘one-to-many’ connection so that your subform will display the ‘many’ side records to the main forms ‘one’ side record relationship.

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