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Old January 5th, 2007, 02:09 PM
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I have a form which was created based on one table, basically 13 text boxes displaying information, and I can move from record 1 to record 2 and so on.

I changed one text box to combo box (cbox1) and put a query in the rowsource to select the value for that combobox.

I need all the other values (textboxes) on the form to change based on the value selected from the list of cbox1.

How do I do this?

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simplest thing would be to use the wizard to create a combo box, on the toolbar where you would select the combo box click on the wand on the top, then select the combo box,

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It sounds like you are using the combo box to find records on your form. If this is the case, then use the combo box wizard to create a combo box, and select find a record on this form as the type of combo box you want to create when the wizard opens.

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