MS Access : How to relatively refer to a control in master form from subform control for a formula?
In VBA you can refer to master form with something like me.parent. But let's say you have a formula in a subform control that needs to refer to another control in parent form (for example in a criteria), how can you refer to that parent control without using parent form name ?
Why don't you just try: =[Parent]![SomeControlOnParentForm] You may need to be more brave to survive in coding business.
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