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Question access 2010 macro & open form
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I'm trying to open a new form via double-click on a cell of a sub-form.

I want the form that is opened via the double click to display the record of the line that I double-clicked.

It works fine with this code:

Private Sub ID_DblClick(Cancel As Integer) DoCmd.OpenForm "F_New_Non_Hedged_Share_Class", , , "[ID] = " & Me!ID End Sub

However, since I'm trying not too much vba code, i'd like to setup that kind of thing via access 2010 macro.

So I have:
Open Form
Form Name: F_New_Non_Hedged_Share_Class
View: Form
Where condition:
Data Mode:
Windows Mode: Normal

Question: I'm assuming that I need to update the "where condition", but what should I put? I tried different things, ie. [ID]=[ID], etc - but without success

fyi: the dbl click is not on the ID field of the sub-form but an other field. I'm assuming this doesn't change anything
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