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  • multiple records on from

    I am rebuilding a baseball stat database for my son's team. (again) I have Players_ID linked to batting database one to many. When entering data each ininng has it's own small form on a main form. I would like to view the previous ininng while entering the next record in the ininng database. Then for instance I can run the total hits of the ininngs in that game for that batter. It would be nice to see the ininngs much like they are on a manual baseball form. So in short I would like to save one record on an embedded form and show a similar form of the next record right next to it and so on.
    Thank you for any ideas,
    Bob

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    RE: multiple records on from

    Bob,

    I think I get the gist of your request. If so, how about a form for entering data with an embedded browse below it.

    I also thought of placing several subforms on the main form, one for each inning. You would need to set up a field called 'inning' so that you could enter inning 1,2,3 etc. Perhaps you already have that. Then place a filter on each form so each form would show a separate inning.

    If you wanted only one subform for entering and one for showing the last inning, the filter would be the same as one that would show the last record, or the last inning. I have one set up that way but I'm not at home and I don't remember how I did that.

    Anyhow, some thoughts to get you started.

    kenn
    TYVM :) kenn

    Knowing what you can achieve will not become reality until you imagine and explore.

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      RE: multiple records on from

      There's an article on learn alpha.com that shows how to display multiple records on a single form.

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        RE: multiple records on from

        Thank you both. I will try and go in that direction Ken. I want to not be limited to the number of innings. Your suggestion will all that but I have a tough time with this stuff. I think as hard as I can but my mind hits a wall. Then my mind really drifts......Galveston.....beautiful women....Miller Lite....etc.
        Thanks again,
        Bob

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