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Creating Multiple Combo Boxes in Form to Select and Update Information in Table

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    Creating Multiple Combo Boxes in Form to Select and Update Information in Table

    All,

    I am requesting if someone could assist me in making my multiple combo boxes work in form name Mainfrm. The combo box name function1 is working fine, however the other combox activity1 is not working at all. Please view PDF file to read more of my request. I tried my best to make my instructions clear and I had got some print screen images of my form interface and the where my data is stored in. In the compress folder is the PDF instructions and the Access database mdb version.

    Thank you for your time and I will be waiting for your reply.
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    Re: Creating Multiple Combo Boxes in Form to Select and Update Information in Table

    I believe that what you are trying to do is create cascading combo boxes. Here are a couple of tutorials on that subject.

    http://www.fontstuff.com/access/acctut10.htm

    http://www.datapigtechnologies.com/AccessMain.htm
    Scroll down to the section on combo boxes

    http://www.access-programmers.co.uk/...ng+combo+boxes

    Scroll down to Pat Hartman's comments on an alternative means to the ones shown above. These three links should help you to understand cascading combo boxes.

    Alan

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    Re: Creating Multiple Combo Boxes in Form to Select and Update Information in Table

    alansidman,

    Thank you for sending me those websites. I will take a look at it ASAP. I appreciate your time.

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