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Simply select the table you're interested in then click on the New Object button.
If the Form option isn't currently selected then use the drop-down facility to select it.
Below we will discuss the approach that can provide this facility.
Before we go much further let's go through the type of form we're dealing with and describe how it may be set up. For illustrative purposes we can create this from a table using the Create Form wizard.
In Microsoft Access 2007, I'm trying to update about 6000 records from one table with values from another table, but I'm having problems. When you have finished adding your tables, click on the Close button.
Actually I am trying to update the Bot table MFG with the Big table MFG when Big. In this example, we've selected the Big and Bot tables.
Set it's default value property to 0, which represents False or No. Newly added records will have False/No as completion_status --- the check box will appear unchecked.
I would like the queries to be invisible while they are running, but currently the user sees 50 query windows open/close which is ugly.SQL I can do, integrating with Access/VBA I am new at As I understand your situation, your form is data-bound bound (you can get record index), so - your form already located on this record.If you need to update some field of underlying dataset, you can write something like If your form has control bound to "Some Field", then the form will be updated automatically.So you can write something like this (not the best example, but can help you to get an idea): Consider a simpler approach.I doubt you need to be concerned with the form's Current Record property.
This is my first shot at VBA, and after an hour of searching I cannot find anything to solve my problem. Working in Microsoft Access 2007 Further Info All tables are normalized Vehicle Table: Contains vehicle_id(pk), as well as rego and model etc Job Table: Contains job_id(pk), vehicle_id(fk) and other info about what needs to happen, as well as the next occurance date, days between each occurance of the job (all jobs repeat) and other info Job History Table: Contains job_history_id(pk), job_id(fk), date completed and comments When the job completed button is pressed, it should create a new entry in the job history table with the current date, any comments and the job id This is the script I am trying to get working Private Sub Command29_Click() Dim str SQL1 As String Dim str SQL2 As String Set Rs = Current Rs Set db = Current Db str SQL1 = "INSERT INTO completed_jobs(JOB_ID, DATE_COMPLETED, COMMENTS) VALUES " & Rs! @Matt I am 90% sure I am using a bound form (Like I said, new to Access, been looking at everything people have suggested and learning as I go).