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Multiple records on form?

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I have a form that has a place to enter Adjacent Properties, which I only have room for like 6 right now to be entered.. Sometimes their could be 100 entries.

Where you enter that info on the from, kinda looks like a table

I have

AdjacentOwnerName SurfaceAdjacentInterest Mineral AdjacentInterest so on..
__________________________________________________ _______________

Mary Yes no
John no yes


Each one is a text box, I have AdjacentOwnerName, AdjacentOwnerName1,AdjacentOwnerName 2...probably 6 times.. I really don't want to add 100 more so their will be a place to enter all those on this one record, what can I do so they can enter as many as needed and it doesn't take up so much space and it is unlimited???? I tried to make a combo box, but I want each record to go to the correct record (if that makes sense) And with that combo box it only listed 5 of them ,and there 12 records out there. so it doesn't work they way I want..
help please/????? thanks in advance!!
Apr 23 '07 #1
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MMcCarthy
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P: 14,534
You need to have your database structured correctly and then enter all multiple values on a subform.

Check out this tutorial.

Normalisation and Table structures
Apr 24 '07 #2

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