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    Question One form for multiple tables?

    Hi all. I'm new to Access, and I'm trying to make one input form that I can use to input patient data and specify which Care Coordinator's table it goes to with a selection on the form. For instance, if I were inputting John Doe's info, and wanted it to go to CC#1of10, I could put in:

    Doe
    John
    Pt Identification #
    DOB
    Phone #
    Diagnosis
    Care Level
    Category of Care
    Address
    City
    State
    Zip
    CC1 (selectable list 1-10)

    and that would go to table "CC1"

    Is that possible?

    Also, in trying to build a combo box with a selectable list (like State, or CC) I'm having trouble getting it to allow me to edit the list properties. I have the Control Source "State" and the Row Source <"AZ";"CO";"ID";"NV";"UT";"WY"> so I could select one of the 6 in our region. Is there something I'm missing there?

    Thanks in advance,
    Criss

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    Re: One form for multiple tables?

    One form equates to one table. To update multiple tables, you will need to build subforms which are related (linked) to the main form on a common control (field in a table) on the forms.

    Here is a tutorial that will give you some background on sub forms.

    http://www.datapigtechnologies.com/f...subforms1.html

    Click on this link below and scroll down to the tutorials on combo boxes and watch them. They should be helpful

    http://www.datapigtechnologies.com/AccessMain.htm

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    Re: One form for multiple tables?

    Excellent, thank you Alan.

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    Re: One form for multiple form?

    Hello Sir:

    I am new with the access so i have a database and i have created manny accounts in that so now here i want that how can i open every
    single account edit form by one button so for i am atteaching my file here i hope you will guide me this,'


    thanks

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    Re: One form for multiple tables?

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