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20-Mar-2001, 02:07 PM #1
HELP, HELP, HELP!

On the form that I have on my Access Database, I would like to add a field in the form so that I can do a search by ID # and hence pull up the information for the record matching this ID #.

I am somewhat familiar with Access. I would really appreciate any help that you could provide.

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20-Mar-2001, 07:05 PM #2
Doesn't the form wizard automatically give you the id field to type into? Are you saying you want a dropdown box instead of the regular field-type box?
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22-Mar-2001, 04:03 AM #3
The easiest way to do this is with VB. Create a textbox in the forms header or footer and name it (at least for my example) txtIdFind. Create a command button next to it marked 'Find' and named cmdFind. Then put the following code into the command button (in the forms VB Code module).

Private Sub cmdFind_Click()

Me.Recordset.FindFirst "[NameOfIdField] = " & NZ(Me!txtIdFind,0)

End Sub


That should do it. Let us know how it goes. Good Luck!
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24-Jan-2003, 02:10 AM #4
Angry same problem
i am having the same problem.. and i did that.. but it wont work.. i changed the field name to exactly that.. and then the command button as well.. i copied the code into the vb editor and it wont work when i click the button.. wat is going wrong?
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