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Access Tip: Open Form to Specific Record
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   9 years ago

In this Microsoft Access Tip, I'll show you how to create a customer list form where you can click on one customer and then click a command button to open up that customer's full record in a different form. I cover this technique (and lots more like it) in my full Access Level 7 class.

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Dana M 
2 years ago
I have a vague recollection of a DoCmd.Run acCmdSizetoFitForm...  I know I learned it from you, but I can't recall which video course it was associated with.  Our company is stick and staying with MSAccess 2007 - we have older Windows XP & Windows 7 that work perfectly well for all our needs.  I would love to find courses from you that instruct on the use an implementation of runtime 2007 so that I can create databases for small companies that aren't using access.  Thank you for all your good training over the years... I hope there are still new avenues I can utilize your services for. Read More...
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Claudia 
6 years ago
Thank you very much!
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Tuton Ahmmed 
6 years ago
Thank you sir
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very good class Upload Images   Link 
Fernando Sanchez 
9 years ago
very good class


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Thank you.
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Kalyana 
9 years ago
Very good lesson useful, Thank you sir
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Bea Anderson 
9 years ago
Does this work in Access 2007?  When I try it, I don't get any fields for the Sorted list form.  The fields are there for the customer records but not the list records.   Read More...
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