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Tabs/sub-form in access 2007 form will not scroll down?

I'm not an expert @ access, just trying to create a quick database for work. I don't know how I can make the form scroll? can someone help...please!!!?

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Open the form in design view open the properties dialog box by right clicking in the general form area not in the gray area of the detail section. In the properties click on the format tab. In the format tab goto the default view and select continuous form. This should create a virtical scroll bar once a record in the data base.

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