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Default Split Form with DataSheet...and the DoubleClick Event....Is it possible?

I have a Split Form With a Datasheet on the bottom that lists all of the courses in our Training Library.
I want to be able to Double Click on one of the courses in the bottom DataSheet and a Pop-Up form would display showing data as to when the selected course is going to run in the future.

Is this possible to do, as I can't see anywhere how to capture a DoubleClick event on the Datasheet part of a Split Form in order for me to Open a 2nd form using the OpenArgs parameter.

Any ideas?
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