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How to run queries through forms? by Kckronic21
Posted: 7 Nov 01

What you want to do is to create a form that list all of the positions in a combobox and run a query from the selection of that combobox.

1) Create a table called ôPositionö with ôPositionö as a field name
The data in your table such look like this:

ôPositionö
Manager
Supervisor    
Associate

2) Create a table called ôEmployeesö with ôNameö, ôPositionö, and ôShiftö as field names.  The data in your table such look like this:

Name     Position      Shift
Kim     Supervisor    3rd
Mike     Manager    2nd
Chris     Associate    2nd

3) Save the table and create a query called ôEmployee_Queryö with the following fields:

Name     Position         Shift
      
4) Place the following criteria under the ôPositionö field:
=[Forms]![Employee_Form]![Position_combobox]

5) Save the query and create a form called ôEmployee_Formö with the control source of that form being ôEmployee_Queryö.  

6) Create a combobox using the wizard that will lookup the values in the ôPositionö table.

7) Name this combobox ôPosition_comboboxö.

8) Create a button using the wizard that will run the ôEmployee_Queryö

9) Save the Form

10) Go to design view, choose a position, and press the button.

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