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Problems getting a combo box to generate records in a certain table

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Hi,

I have setup a form and i am trying to get one of my combo boxes to show the records chosen on a certain table.

I have setup a Timesheet and am having trouble getting the combo box with staff names to show in a certain table.

It would probably be easier to understand what i am talking about if i attached the whole access file is there a way i can do this?

Thanks
Oct 7 '08 #1
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Hi,

I have setup a form and i am trying to get one of my combo boxes to show the records chosen on a certain table.

I have setup a Timesheet and am having trouble getting the combo box with staff names to show in a certain table.

It would probably be easier to understand what i am talking about if i attached the whole access file is there a way i can do this?

Thanks
Hello David,

Yes there is a way to attach the database, the problem that you have so far is that you haven't explained anything in details of what you mean by:

I have setup a form and i am trying to get one of my combo boxes to show the records chosen on a certain table.
and what you ment by:

I have setup a Timesheet and am having trouble getting the combo box with staff names to show in a certain table.
To the rest of use developer, that doesn't give us anything at all to work with. You have a complete understand of what you have what you've done. It would be worth the time to put all that into words

Include Table Name, Table Structure, Query Names, Query SQL STATMENTS,
Any forms that you've created, Names of controls, what controls you have tide to what fields in what table. and so on.

We need to know what it is that we have to work with, and what you want to have happen and what is currently the problem that is keeping you from what it is that you want?

If you can provide us with more detail that would be helpful to all of us. Just putting your table as an attachment doesn't teach you anything about how to do what it is that you're asking.

Try to look at it if you didn't have any knowledge about the database, and someone had to explain to you what you need to know.

I look forward to your response,

Joe P.
Nov 17 '08 #2

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