On 15/10/13 22:41, Andrew Douglas Pitonyak wrote:
If I remember correctly (and I have not looked at this in a while), I
think that you need to link the "master and slave fields".
So, if you open your form in edit mode, load the form navigator, right
click on your sub-form and choose properties, navigate to the Data
tab, do the values in the "Link master fields" and "Link slave fields"
look right to you?
You got the memory cells working again!! This morning I read-up on Sub
Forms in the new LO 4.0 Base Handbook and I'm sure you are right. BTW -
Great book but no 'How To' details (??).
That got me remembering a video on You Tube about Sub Forms -
www.youtube.com/watch?v=TcudVETPePY - so I went and found that again.
However my Form Navigator will NOT show me the content of my Form!! All
it gives me is a list of types - Headings, Tables, Text Frames,
Graphics, OLE Objects, Bookmarks, Sections, Hyperlinks, Indexes,
References, Comments and Draw Objects. (all with a count of '0'). And
none of the options at the top of the Navigator make any difference.
How do I get the Navigator to display the content of my Form??
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