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What I am trying to do is select an item from the combo box and have it displayed in the subform. Then once you scroll though the subform and find the field you like, click on it and it will automatically be transferred to a text box.

I have created a 3-step image demonstrating how it should look.

Also I have the information behind the subform linked together as a foreign key in a relationship.

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Please help me see what I am doing wrong, thank you.
Aug 2 '07 #1
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167 New Member
Hi W.

You could write in subform control's on double-click event a code like this:

Dim TransferValue As variant
TransferValue=M e!SubformContro lName

Forms!MainForm. SetFocus

If Forms!MainFormT OC1="" Then Forms!MainFormT OC1=TransferVal ue
If Forms!MainFormT OC2="" Then Forms!MainFormT OC2=TransferVal ue
Forms!MainFormT OC3=TransferVal ue
End If

Hope this helps...
Dec 11 '07 #2

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