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Tabbed tables and subforms: how to get away from the border – part 2

In an older post, I wrote about how the left margin can disappear when you try to insert a subform in a tabbed table, f.e.

Subform without left margin

It turns out that this is actually pretty easy to fix if you set the correct margin before inserting the subform.

F.e. the following settings

Table margin settings

result in

Tabbed table with left margin on subform

Once the subform is inserted, altering the margin settings has no effect any more, so if the subform is not positioned as intended, just remove the subform, adjust the margin and reinsert the subform.

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