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I have a ton of DLookup results in by database and it works great.

However I just built a pop up form (fmswo) that I am using as a worksheet while viewing a invoice and when I click on the combo box (cbomesh) the choice comes up properly but populates the first value in the table where it is stored.

what I have:

where value is stored to be lookup up - "tblinventory"
field name to look up - "sellprice"
"cbomesh" control is - "meshtype"
combo box name = "cbomesh"

what I am using is:

=DLookUp("[SellPrice]","[tblinventory]","[meshtype] = '" & [cbomesh] & "'")

NOTE: It does not return an error but returns the "sellprice" of the product in the first record of "tblinventory"

I have tried countless combinations of solutions with no success.

Please help very frustrated with somthing that is probably very simple.

Jul 5 '09 #1
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Kindly post the Row Source of cboMesh.
Jul 5 '09 #2

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It sounds to me as if the your combobox is bound to the field in the table it pulls from, which it shouldn't be for this type of thing. Is a field listed in the Combobox Control Source?

Linq ;0)>
Jul 5 '09 #3

P: 51
the table name is: "products" not "tblinventory"

the row source is -
SELECT [Products].[ProductID], [Products].[ProductName] FROM [Products] ORDER BY [ProductName];
Jul 5 '09 #4

P: 51

the combo box is bound to table: tblswo
the field name = "meshtype" displays in the combo box (cbomeshtype)

yes the field "meshtype" is listed in the Ccombobox control source.

Jul 5 '09 #5

P: 51
I got the problem sorted out.
Jul 8 '09 #6

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