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Creating a Access 2003 form for a query

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We're new to Access 2003 programming, and we are developing a database
for our church.

We built the database from the IMPORT of a Excel spreadsheet.

Now we are trying to write a FORM that we can use to serach for 1 or
more criteria, and display the results from the database. For example,

<execute query>
FORM is displayed for a given set of fields
1 or more fields have data entered
Access displays the results of the query

Is this possible? Anyone have any examples they can share?

We need to come up with something that we can give to non-PC users so
they can access and use the data.


Sep 24 '06 #1
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Why not just create a normal form and then use the Filter-by-form
functions? Just slap some buttons on your form to do that.

Sep 24 '06 #2

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