By Richard Rost 15 months ago
Find Record Combo Box in Microsoft Access
In this Microsoft Access tutorial, I will show you how to find a record based on the value you select in a combo box.
Erin from Springfield, Missouri (a Platinum Member) asks: I love your Search Form 2.0 video. I have a great search form that works well because of you. Thank you. I'm trying to simplify it, however. Is there any way that we can just pick from a list of what's already in that field instead of having to type it in? For example, can I pick from a list of last names to show customers with that last name?
Members will learn how to use multiple filter combo boxes together on the same form and either an AND or and OR condition. We'll also make a button to clear the filters.
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