Microsoft Access – removing Subdatasheet

If you have inserted a subdatasheet into an Access table, you may want to remove it.

To do so, open your table in Datasheet view. On the Home tab, in the Records group, click the More dropdown, then select Subdatasheet – Remove.

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2 Responses to Microsoft Access – removing Subdatasheet

  1. Tron Sam says:

    Hi , Thanks for the long useful post .
    I got a question , I need to make employee database using ms access , should i make a single table for employee personal details then another table for employees salary repeating name record again . so i make lot of tables contain the same names row repeated . hope you told me how to do it the right way ?
    Thanks again

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