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Not able to access informatoin using Search Command I created

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Using MS ACCESS 2002

Problem - I developed a form, and within that FORM, I added a SEARCH BUTTON, and then I created a SUB-FORM, so when an end user clicks on the FORM it will POP-UP the SUB-FORM, and in that SUB-FORM I added all the FIELDS I want to view.

However, when I try to type in data into the FIELDS I am searching for, it does not let me. I would just like to type in an ID or the name of the Document and have Access PULL that information into the FIELDS, BUT it's not letting me type anything. The way I am retreiving the information is when I scroll through all the records in the database, or if I click on the SEARCH field option in the standard ACCESS toolbar.

I want to use the FORM SEARCH option that I created and type any information so that ACCESS can pull that information...How can I do that?

I appreciate your help!
Jan 5 '07 #1
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