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Opening A Related Form

Opening A Related Form

(OP)
Hi All,

I need to open a form that contains related information.  Normally, this is simple but I need to pull the related form based on three fields; not one.

Fields:
Client_ID (text field)
Ref_Date (date field)
Cust (number field)

How do I set up the code to relate all three?

 

RE: Opening A Related Form

How would you do this with one field that is simple? Adding two more fields should be almost as simple.

CODE

Dim strWhere as String
strWhere = "Client_ID = """ & Me.txtClientID & """ AND  Ref_Date =#" &
    Me.txtRefDate & "# AND Cust=" & Me.txtCust
DoCmd.OpenForm "frmYourForm",  , , strWhere

Duane
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MS Access MVP

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