By Richard Rost 2 years ago
Combo Box that Gets Values from Another Table
In this video, I will show you how to pick a customer from a list of customers when filling out service forms.
Marie from Chandler, Arizona (a Platinum Member) asks: I have a simple service call form where I enter the customer's name, the service date, and a description of what needs to be done. Is there any way that I can pick the customer from a list instead of having to enter in their info each time I make a service ticket?
Members will learn how to create a List Items Edit Form so that you can add to or modify the existing list of customers directly from in the combo box. We will see how to use the VBA On Not In List event to add the user's suggestion directly from code.
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