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By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   20 days ago

Storing Multiple Customer Addresses in Access, Part 5


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In this Microsoft Access tutorial, I will show you how to effectively manage multiple addresses for a single customer using VBA code, SQL, and various form controls. We'll dive into creating filter boxes, modifying SQL statements in real-time, and dynamically updating data via user input fields to streamline the user interface and increase database functionality. Join me as we tackle these essential skills in Part 5 of our series.

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In the extended cut, I will show you how to take the customer address information that's currently stored in the CustomerT (both bill-to and ship-to addresses) and move them over to the AddressT table and make matching entries in the junction table. We'll use VBA recordset loops. Cool stuff!

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