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I have a column of data that is in a form called Assigned To. This control is a combobox and the control source for this control is as follows:
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  1. SELECT [ID],
  2.  [Contact Name] 
  3. FROM [Contacts Extended] 
  4. ORDER BY [Contact Name];
[Contacts Extended] is a query that is based on my Contacts table and in the query it combines the First Name and Last Name of the individual into a single item of data as it they are stored in separate discrete fields on the table. This is what is in the field property of the Contact Name contains within the[Contacts Extended] query:
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  1. Contact Name: 
  2. IIf(IsNull([Last Name]),
  3.    IIf(IsNull([First Name]),
  4.       [Company],[First Name]),
  5.    IIf(IsNull([First Name]),
  6.       [Last Name],
  7.       [First Name] & " " & [Last Name]))
I appreciate anyone's insight into what may be happening here and I've attached a picture of all data properties for this control.

Aug 25 '12
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sqldave
2 New Member
Thanks twinnyfo, that seems to have done the trick. Your expertise is much appreciated.

BTW, I suspect that it was the same problem that the OP had. Unfortunately there was a mention of a combobox, which I suspect had nothing to do with the problem. Have a great day!
Jun 4 '18 #11

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