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Old December 8th, 2005, 04:41 AM
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I have a form that enables users to input data to a certain number of tick box fields, i then have a query that collates 5 tables into one. I now need to have create a form which has all the fields used previously blank, still as tick boxes mark off the ones you need then it needs to produce a report of all the fields that have the same boxes marked.


I have a table with all makes of car
i have another table with all colours
then anonether with all tyre sizes

i run a query that links the makes of car id all together and gives me a list of all the cars that have the colours and tyre sizes together.

I now need to run another form that alows me to choose the tick boxes i want and produce a report for all data that matches.

Please help


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Do you mean check boxes?

You can create queries and then pass parameters to the check mark fields as "Yes" or "No", or in some databases TRUE/FALSE, or 0/-1 etc. Depends on the database.

I am not sure what else you want.


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