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Welcome to the Access Developer Network. If you are looking for someone to help you with your Microsoft Access database issues, troubleshoot problems, or even build a database for you, then you have come to the right place. For complete information on the Access Developer Network, please click here for details and instructions for posting.

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Nicole Muller 
6 months ago
Hi, I'm just learning Access and I have one major obstacle that I can't figure out how to solve. I'm hoping a more advanced developer can help. I have one table with client names and information. I have another table with referrals.  Each client can have multiple referrals.  I'm trying to build a search box where I can search to see if a client already exists and if they do, add the new referral.  If they are not found in the search, it means I need to add a new client.  I've tried to do this with having the client lookup in the top of the form and the referral information in a subform. If I use a combo box, it wants me to choose someone and doesn't like if I don't make a choice. Any suggestions on how to do this? Thank you.
Adam Schwanz
6 months ago
You can do this with a text box and an after update event. It's going to take some VBA coding. The text box searching is covered in Access Dev 8 (it's search as you type with key press but can be used on after update) you would just need to add in a DLOOKUP in the afterupdate event, if it returns null then some code to open up your new client form. If you're just beginning this is probably out of your current scope of understanding. I'd suggest just keep going with the lessons and learning, if it's that urgent me or some of the other devs on here do consults for hire, but it's going to be more rewarding in the end if you kept learning.
Nicole Muller
6 months ago
Hi Adam,
Thanks for your speedy response. I'm glad this is something that can be programmed. You are right that it's out of the scope of my present learning. I do plan to continue classes so that I can manage and make changes to the database. I am interested in learning more about your fee for service. I'm a social worker and am trying to learn this so that I can better serve and understand the client need and referral trends. So, I am trying to learn and build this on top of a 50-60 hr week.
Adam Schwanz
6 months ago
No problem, I would suggest reading these two pages first for some context.
https://599cd.com/blog/display-article.asp?ID=1069
https://599cd.com/blog/display-article.asp?ID=1584

If you want to e-mail me your database my e-mail is aschwanz@hotmail.com
I like to see it first in case there is more problems I'll have to work through but I could give you my prices then.

Thanks
Adam Schwanz
6 months ago
If you send it, make sure to zip it first.
Nicole Muller
6 months ago
Thanks. I will read those and send you the database.
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