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Run Query from a form

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I am running a query from a form in Access. Is there a way I can select a specific record based on the value of a field on the form (e.g., [ID]). I want the user to be able to navigate to a specific record, then move that record to a different table using an append query I've created.

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Jeff
Sep 29 '08 #1
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matrekz42
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I am running a query from a form in Access. Is there a way I can select a specific record based on the value of a field on the form (e.g., [ID]). I want the user to be able to navigate to a specific record, then move that record to a different table using an append query I've created.
Hi, if I understand your question correctly, in your query within the form in the "[ID]" criteria place: [Forms]![Form_Name]![Field_Name] . This will point back to the field you want from your form.
Sep 29 '08 #2

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Hi, if I understand your question correctly, in your query within the form in the "[ID]" criteria place: [Forms]![Form_Name]![Field_Name] . This will point back to the field you want from your form.
Thank you - that worked
Sep 30 '08 #3

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