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BOOK: Access 2003 VBA Programmer's Reference
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Default unbound field in a form

Hi everybody

I inserted an unbound field in a form
i would assign a calculated value to that field for each line of the form I'm inserting, but when i insert a line all the previous unbound fields get the value of the last unbound line field
how can i solve this problem?
i would assign to the unbound field the result of a query after inserting the value of the first field in the form
and i would that each unbound field of each line keep the corrisponding value

================================================
! !
! first field - second field - third field !
! !
! unbound filed !
================================================
! !
! first field - second field - third field !
! !
! unbound filed !
================================================
.
.
.
================================================
! !
! first field - second field - third field !
! !
! unbound filed !
================================================

the first,second and third fields belong to a table

could you help me?

zanza

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