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Enter Paramerter Value

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How can i get rid of "Enter Parameter Value" check boxes? as when i open my bill section there I have called multiple queries, forms and tables. It works perfectly fine. No error in calculation or what so ever. The only problem is, i cannot finish the "Enter Parameter Value" check boxes on it's start. Each time when i go to the link of final summary of bill page i have to press "Enter Parameter Value" multiple time, e.g for Feright, Shortage, etc. What to do now?
Nov 23 '09 #1
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I can see you've tried to make this clearer, but we still have nothing to tell us even where this message is coming from.

What are you trying to run when this comes up?
Is that the exact message - or is there a specific prompt which would give us more of a clue?
Is it a form or report?
What is the underlying record source?

Without this information it is much like posting a question like :
"I have a problem. What's the solution?"
Nov 23 '09 #2

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OK. Let me make it clear. I have developed a complete database which workd for a Gasoline carraige contractor. I have developed expression in it's calculations placed in Queries. When i have run the query, what ever expression that'll work on that side prompts me a "Enter Parameter Value" check box. I want to get rid of that box. I hope that this is more then a clear question. I have also read thru the help guide of Access 2007 but havn't been luck to get the solution as yet.
Nov 24 '09 #3

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It's a little clearer, but frustratingly still doesn't include any details I can work with. A general description is enough to tell me you have a problem fine. If you want help with the problem then I need some details - like the answers to all the questions in my last post. Some answers is good. All would be necessary.

I have a suspicion that the Message Box you refer to has a title and some text. You include the title which is just a general indicator, but not the text, which actually points to what the problem is. I cannot confirm for sure because I have to rely on you to give me actual information.
Nov 24 '09 #4

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OK please give me you personal email adress and i'll send u .ACCDE file of the work. I cannot send the open file but i hope that you can get some idea of what kind of a problem it is.
Nov 24 '09 #5

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Absolutely not. If you want help from this site you need to provide a sensible question at the very least. I've gone to the trouble of explaining the minimum information needed. I don't intend to work that out for myself just to save you the bother. Besides which I don't share my email address publicly on the web (I have more than a single brain cell) and I don't have a copy of Access 2007 (which you haven't explained you're using, but I can infer from your last post).

Requiring a sensible question doesn't seem a lot to expect from somebody expecting some free help if I'm honest.
Nov 24 '09 #6

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I think I had asked you the better question in a good respectable way. It is simple and read my text again only if U r sure that U do have any knowledge of working in MS Access. I have developed table and called their values in queries. Within these queries I have developed expression or U can say formulas to make calculations on the inputted data, dragged by forms built with tables. Now when I run the query, I get a box whose heading is “Enter Parameter Value” having the expression name also incurred. I do not give any value (Digital) init. I just press Ok as the mathematical data has been given by me in the forms where originally tables are working as told earlier. So, I don’t know why im getting this check box which has nothing to do in the database.
Also, for U I don’t know the exact sense U want Ur brain cells to work with. Next I just wanted U to view the problem, I never asked U to clean it leaving me of no bother. That was why I wanted to send U privately my software, mainly because of privacy not because of Ur charm. Almost every body with better sense use Office 2007 as it is latest and favors many features. U can get a free copy of that if U ask me.
Knowledge is worth sharing as it increases with that, U maybe a developer but going thru someones problem if that is simple shouldn’t be making a hard effort for you. Ur expressions forced me to reply on what U mentioned to me, as U – to what I can sense r a very biased person. These free help site r read world wide who ever comes in them. I think U should mend Ur behavior problem in future.
Nov 30 '09 #7

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I know.

I guess all the problems in your life are down to other people not doing things right eh?

Never mind, I would hate to further complicate matters for you so I'll leave you alone to sort it out yourself. I'm sure it'll still be all my fault, as the only other person left to blame is yourself. I'm guessing you don't make a habit of blaming yourself.
Nov 30 '09 #8

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Look U have a problem of insulting others first, read ur comments and the way U write. Don't be a biased person.
Dec 2 '09 #9

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I asked a question that was related to MS Access and U changed the topic makin my question non sensible, brain cells and bother stuff.

Look Mr. Neo if u don't know he answer or the solution then simply don't type anything. To be an administrater doesn't mean that u have to make a word for anything.

I have read many comments of ur on this website to various people and U do have a nick of misbehaving. Kindly, mend ur behaviours issue.
Dec 2 '09 #10

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