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By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   21 days ago

Store Multiple Sex & Gender Options in Access Part 2


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In this Microsoft Access tutorial, you will learn how to store multiple options for sex and gender in your database by creating and linking tables, setting up combo boxes, and adding custom fields for user input. This is part 2.

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In the extended cut, I will show you how to make it so the Other boxes only appear if the user selects Other. We'll also ensure the user is required to enter a value if Other is picked.

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