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Posted on 2001-06-29
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Does anyone know where I can find a simple questionnaire templet for Access 97?  
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Mikeh earned 50 total points
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Not Realy.

I guess you mean you want a form template.  Since any questionnaire will be unique to your requirements than there isn't going to be a template to fit your needs.

Easiest way to generate a form is to design a table with all the data fields you wil need then go to
forms..new..autoform.....

This will give you a basic form linked to the table which you can manipulate.

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by:John Desselle
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Thanks.  I did some digging around our network and found an old dbase that was somewhat what I was looking for.  After some tweeking, it is working pretty good.

Thanks again

John
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