Flickering subform in Access

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Database
Microsoft Access
Hi, I have a continuous subform that, upon opening the database, flickers constantly. This flickering can be stopped either by alt-tabbing away from Access and back again or by hitting F9. The main form has a button that changes the source object of the subframe to a different continuous subform, and the same behavior is exhibited in the other subform when the source object is changed in this way. This problem does not occur on all computers that the database is run on (it never seems to happen in vista/office2007, and occurs on roughly 1/2 of the XP/office2003 machines, all SP2). I have noticed that on the slower machines that it happens on the flicker happens much slower, and builds the records from top to bottom repeatedly. Does anyone have any ideas? I'm getting rather sick of telling people to 'just hit f9'... Thanks in advance
ASKED: April 22, 2008  3:23 PM
UPDATED: April 22, 2008  3:26 PM

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