How to create form in Access 2007 to return Query result

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newtoaccess

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I am a newbie to Access and have created a simple database to store postcode and truck information. So that when the end user picks a postcode and truck rego combination, the form returns a rate from the query I created earlier. So essentially the form is not collecting data, but used as the 'search' criteria for the form. Unfortunately I do not know SQL. Can someone please help? Thank you
 

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newtoaccess, welcome to the Forum.
You do not need any SQL, you only need to create a Form using the query you have created as it's Record Source.
Click on your query and then on the Main Menu click Create and choose Forms and create a form.
 
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