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Code to autofill value in form based on combo box value in Access 2007

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Hello, I have a fairly simple database. In this dbase, there is a subform which basically holds menu values for the records. These values serve as the "notes" for each record.

OK, I find that I am typing a rather long string in many "notes" section of the subform. Rather than have to type this over and over again, I would like to automate this procedure. So I have tried to create an "Event Procedure" to accomplish this, but so far, the coding doesn't work as I would like. Here is what I have done so far:

Event Procedure = AfterUpdate

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  1. Private Sub Form_AfterUpdate()
  2. If NFA_Pre_Reveiw_Sent = "Foreign" Then [form.Web Review.Memo] "Per Jane Pfeiffer, NFA Compliance, no Web Reveiw needed"
  4. End Sub
NFA_Pre_Review is the field which will have the value of "Foreign". As it stands, there are 4 values available in this combo box: " "; "Yes"; "No"; "Foreign". If Foreign is chosen, I would like "Per Jane Pfeiffer, NFA Compliance, no Web Review needed" to be placed in the subform field of memo. The form is called Web_Review and the field is called memo.

Can anyone please help me figure out why the event procedure doesn't work?

Thank you!
Jan 3 '08 #1
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I believe you'll find much more info on this in the Access forum, so I'm going to move it over there.

In the meantime, is it possible that you need to "do your thing" in the BeforeUpdate event rather than AfterUpdate?
Jan 4 '08 #2

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