Autopopilating a field in a table

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softspoken

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I have a database where I have created a form with 5 places to chose types of errors on an application. Those errors are associated with a Grouping. For example: In the table called Summary of Errors I have an error that reads " Agent Calculated New Rates" in the column beside it the Grouping would be "Premium Differences". Within the form, if I selected the "Agent Calculated New Rates" error I would want the grouping to auto populate in the table. Could someone please explain how to do that. I am sure its something simple.
 

OBP

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softspoken, can you also tell us what you want the Table populated with?
 

softspoken

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Access 2003. I have a field within a form called 'Application Error 1'. When I select something from that drop down box I need for the grouping ( App Error 1 Group ) to automatically be linked to the selection of Application Error ... and when the "Save File" button is pushed i need for both the error that was selected and the grouping associated with it saved in the table. The grouping is not visible on my form. I have 5 fields where they can select different error types and there are groupings associated with those errors that I want to auto populate in my table when the save file command button is clicked. Can this be done?
 
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