[dba-VB] SubForms in Visual Basic 6

Mike and Doris Manning mikedorism at ntelos.net
Wed Sep 10 14:01:40 CDT 2003

To replace a datasheet or continuous form, I use a DataGrid.
To replace a single record Form, I create my own VB control with the
controls I want and set up properties within the VB control that let me
interact with it in terms of requerying, etc.
Doris Manning
Database Administrator
Hargrove Inc.
www.hargroveinc.com <http://www.hargroveinc.com/> 

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paul.hartland at fsmail.net
Sent: Wednesday, September 10, 2003 6:24 AM
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Subject: [dba-VB] SubForms in Visual Basic 6

To all,

I have never had to use subforms in visual basic 6 as yet, but now I've come
to my very first project where I need one......

I have a parent form which contains the name & address etc of our employees,
then I need a sub form showing Sickdays and Holidays like below

Paul Hartland     

999 Lets Be Avenue     

0121 000 0000

01/01/03       03/01/03          3          Virus

04/05/03       04/05/03          1          Migrane


and so on, I suppose I could use two grids, so I need to know what would be
the best way of doing this ?.......subform (which I need help on how to do
them, or grids which I may also need help with)




I love deadlines, it's something about the whooshing sound they make as they
fly by.


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