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Old May 25th, 2005, 05:49 PM
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Default how to find record, if not found add in form

Okay, to some this is so easy, but i am stumped. sorry wrox book is not working for me. ex-cobol programmer learning vb.
I have a form with data, I need to search that form for field called weight# ( i used a the wizard and it works), but if it is not found, I need to open a new form in add mode, if found open that form in edit.

anyone can help me...............
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Old May 27th, 2005, 10:58 AM
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Set the combo box Limit To List property to NO.

Then set the combo box On Not In List event to open the form in edit mode on a new record.

See the Microsoft MSDN web site for further details. Do a search for Access On Not In List.

HTH


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