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Create a new item in drop down list in Access07

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I am in a class right now where the students are making an information system in Access. Right now we are at a point where we are finalizing our forms. We need to find a way to create a new item in a drop down list using some kind of code. The (new....) selection will let you add an item in that field without leaving the drop down list and also populating the database with the new data.

example: ____________new.....___

Thank you
CS236 student
Shawn Stock
Feb 18 '10 #1
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what exactly is your question?
Feb 18 '10 #2

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Feb 21 '10 #4

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And please at least take the time to to learn the names of the Controls on a Form! It's either a Combobox (if it drops down) or a List Box, but not a 'drop-down list! There's really no excuse, when learning a new application, such as Access, to not learn the ABCs !

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Feb 22 '10 #5

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