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Hi,

I have a sql server 2008 and Access 2007.

I have two forms. formA and formB.
FormA has a button and two dropdown boxes.

I select values from dropdownboxes and then click the button.
Clicking the button would direct me to FormB.
In formB, I like to display data already filtered by the informtion I passed from formA.

I prefere to only use stored procedures to do the job for me and avoide using VBA codes.

How can this be done?

Thanks in advance





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