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I want a field to not be able to be answered if another field does not have the "Yes" check. How would I go about creating that formula?
 

supaduparocka

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Access 2010. I have also learned that I can't insert multiple table fields into a single form unless they have a relationship, which they don't. This is just getting all f-ed up.
 

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I guess that I should describe this project first...

I have a bunch of computer hardware and software. I have done all of the tables, now I want one form to enter the data, and a report showing all of the data in categories (by table).

I want my form to show each field under the category. Whatever data gets entered into the appropriate table. I don't understand why two fields need a relationship to display in the same form.

My last request is that I want a window to come up when opened that has 3 options:

1. View data, which is to view the final report with all data.
2. Enter data, which goes to the master form.
3. Modify data, which allows mass modification, including removing items.

I never used a primary key, which I feel is unnecessary. Correct me if I'm wrong.

I've attached what I have thus far.

Please help, as I'm beginning to feel that this is falling way out of my limited knowledge base of Access.
 

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