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mrs179
Form with dependent combo boxes (beginner)
Hello- Very much a beginner at Access here.  I'm trying to create a form for data entry, and may have several questions, but let's start with this one: I am entering data related to employee attendance at professional development sessions.  There are six categories of sessions, and each category contains about 20-40 independent sessions. For the first two steps of the data entry process, I would like to have two combo boxes: one in which the category is selected, and the second in which the exact session in question  (sorted by data and course title) is selected.  Of course, I would rather not have the second combo box contain over 200 sessions.  The question is thus: How do I make the contents of the second combo box dependent on those of the first, so that if a particular category is selected in the first, only the sessions in that category are displayed in the second? Thanks in advance.,
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11 years ago

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Dependent Combo Boxes
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Diplaying javascript error message from DB
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Using Forms to Secure an Access .mdb
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9 years ago
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lludlow
Secure Database
Can I set up a Secure Database where I have five users accessing a table. This table will have information about 12 divisions. Passwords are assigned to the five people whereby the password allows them to either edit or only view the data about the division., For example:, John can update info about division 1 and division 5 but he has only read-only rights to the rest of the divisions., , If anyone has any suggestions please help me., , Thanks
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