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Forum: Access August 8th, 2012, 01:01 PM
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Posted By malcolmdixon
Hi, This is because "subform" is no longer...

Hi,

This is because "subform" is no longer in the Forms collection, but the "mainform" is.

You can change the SQL to use
[Forms]![mainform_name]![subform_control]!maincategorycombobox].
...
Forum: Access VBA May 6th, 2009, 09:32 AM
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Posted By SerranoG
Oops.. I made a minor correction that won't be...

Oops.. I made a minor correction that won't be visible in the e-mail you received previously. View it on here instead.

(That's the only drawback of e-mailed responses in web forums... mistakes...
Forum: Access VBA May 6th, 2009, 08:00 AM
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Posted By mmcdonal
I would do just what I did in the example, except...

I would do just what I did in the example, except you could put it in a public function, and then just pass a query string to it, and return a boolean. Like:

Public Function fCheck(sSQL As String)...
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