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Microsoft: Access Forms FAQ

Combo Boxes

How to use Combo box as a Navigation tool by KenReay
Posted: 6 Nov 03

Place combo box on the form

in the after update event put:

Me.RecordsetClone.Findfirst "[Id] = " & Me![ComboboxName] Me.Bookmark = Me.RecordSetClone.Bookmark

or if [Id] is a string

Me.RecordsetClone.Findfirst "[Id] = '" & Me![ComboboxName] & "'"
Me.Bookmark = Me.RecordSetClone.Bookmark

if you want the combo box to reflect the Id as you navigate through the forms dataset put (in the On Current event of the form

Me![ComboboxName] = Me![Id]

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