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I thought it couldn't hurt to offer this question here.  I am looking for code to  return every possible combination for a situation.  Please click on the link which will  take you to the MSAccess area to answer.  I will accept  a VBA answer over a straight VB answer however I will accept  a straight VB answer if nobody can offer  a VBA solution.
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You should delete this question, since you have accepted an answer to the other question.
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