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How do I do a search on the recordset from a value inputed in a text box??
below is my example,  the way it is, it searchs for text17.text as the sitename.

please help

With Adodc3.Recordset
  .Find "SITE_NAME = 'TEXT17.text'"
   If Not .EOF Then
    'Record was found
    X = MsgBox("Applications Have ready been scheduled", vbOKOnly)
    Exit Sub
  Else
    'Record not found
  End If
End With




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Question by:Rev032400
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by:AzraSound
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Find "SITE_NAME = Text17.Text"
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Ruchi earned 15 total points
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Try this one...

Find "SITE_NAME = '" & Text17.Text & "' "
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by:Sage020999
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With Adodc3.Recordset
  .Find "SITE_NAME = '" & TEXT17.text & "'"
   If Not .EOF Then
    'Record was found
    X = MsgBox("Applications Have ready been scheduled", vbOKOnly)
    Exit Sub
  Else
    'Record not found
  End If
End With
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by:AzraSound
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sorry about that post.  my friend in the computer lab thought he'd play around on my comp til i got back.  hes not a vb programmer (obviously)
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by:Rev032400
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THANKS RUCHI'S AND THE OTHERS Looks like it was a race for the points.

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