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Default How to use sub-forms populated by ado recordset from Sql Server

I am trying to setup a one to one relationship with a form as a datasheet populated by a summary recordset and the subform being the detail of that summary. I want the datasheet to be a cash receipt number, date and customer name. When I click on this record, I want an unbound subform to be populated by the requisite query returned.
I am having no problem with the recordset for either one. How do I populate the datasheet and then how do I get the subform to work. I am new to access but have alot of experience in other databases like Paradox and Filemaker. Any tutorials or examples of what I want to do?

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