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Read Traning Database by Mitchell B @ 1/3/2017
In the Roster table, I put the foreign key for the names off of the names table along with the Classes table.  The score is either pass/fail or a number score.
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Read Traning Database by simon baynton @ 1/1/2017
I do not know how you have set out your tables or the full extend of what you want to do or you level of knowledge of access or vba so if the following is of no use to you i am sorry.
But a way to do what you want would be

Create a list box which can be multiply selected which contains the names of the students with the bound column being the students ID.

Select all the students in this this list box that you want added to the roster table, loop through all the selected in the list box and create a dynamic SQL string to add each student to the roster table and execute it, you can also add any other infomation to the table at this time by including it in the SQL string. You could also use a DAO Recordset and append the data this way.
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Read Traning Database by Mitchell Brannon @ 12/31/2016
Pass/Fail, or number score go into the Roster
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Read Traning Database by Mitchell B @ 12/29/2016
I'm building a training database for my work. The main tables I have are: Classes Table, Schedule Table, and the Roster Table, and Names Table. The Classes Table have a list of all the classes offered. When a class needs to be scheduled, it is put into the Schedule Table. The Roster Table is to make the actual table and holds the scores. I want to be able to choose students from the Names Table and populate the Roster Table. I was hoping for ideas on how to do this. Right now, I'm blank.

Reply from Alex Hedley:

Classes | Schedule | Roster | Names

What Scores go in the Roster table?

The Access Work Order Seminar covers Scheduling using a DLookup at current appointments so you don't set them at the same time.
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