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Creating A Form for Selecting Multiple Options, Generating report

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Hello..

I have Moderate Knowlege in Access but I'm stumped on how to figure out how to get this done.. I'll try to explain

I'm trying to develop a access database that will manage engine arrangements for Caterpillar whereas, it would allow a custome to select parts that they want to include on an engine, and not allow customer to select parts that are uncompatible.

Right now, I'm working with access. What I need help with is the Forms I guess.

Is there any way to have a form allow a user to select an option box, toggle/command button or check box ect.. And whatever that user selects, would be added to a report that's being built automatically from user selected information?

Also, once this user selects their first option in the form, then another option appears, and the process repeats until all required options are selected. Then the report that was automatically generated would spit out all selected information by the user. Is access capable of doing this? If so, please point me in the right direction of coding..

Thanks
Mar 20 '07 #1
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MMcCarthy
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Have a look at this tutorial and see if it helps.

Cascading Combo/List Boxes
Mar 22 '07 #2

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Have a look at this tutorial and see if it helps.

Cascading Combo/List Boxes

Hey Thanks, I check it out and it is definitely pointing me in the right direction!

Kudos!
Mar 22 '07 #3

MMcCarthy
Expert Mod 10K+
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Hey Thanks, I check it out and it is definitely pointing me in the right direction!

Kudos!
You're welcome.
Mar 23 '07 #4

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