Inserting the file path into a table

I am developing an access database which records the details of specific in-house data analysis jobs carried out by information staff.
I want to include some sort of function where the user clicks a button and can navigate ( maybe via a file-browser-type box?) to the file(s) they have created, and selecting it inserts it into the path field for that job in the main table.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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Paste this into a new module:

'******************Start Code**************************
Public Declare Function GetOpenFileName Lib "comdlg32.dll" _
    Alias "GetOpenFileNameA" (pOpenfilename As OPENFILENAME) As Long

        lStructSize As Long
        hwndOwner As Long
        hInstance As Long
        lpstrFilter As String
        lpstrCustomFilter As String
        nMaxCustFilter As Long
        nFilterIndex As Long
        lpstrFile As String
        nMaxFile As Long
        lpstrFileTitle As String
        nMaxFileTitle As Long
        lpstrInitialDir As String
        lpstrTitle As String
        flags As Long
        nFileOffset As Integer
        nFileExtension As Integer
        lpstrDefExt As String
        lCustData As Long
        lpfnHook As Long
        lpTemplateName As String
End Type

Public Function OpenFile() As String
'API reference is "GetOpenFileName" using comdlg32.dll
    On Error GoTo Error_OpenFile
    Dim MyPath As String
    Dim app As Application
    Dim FileOpen As Variant
    Dim rc As Long
    Dim pOpenfilename As OPENFILENAME
    Const MAX_BUFFER_LENGTH = 256
    MyPath = CurrentDb.Name
With pOpenfilename
    .hwndOwner = Screen.ActiveForm.hwnd
    .hInstance = 1
    .lpstrTitle = "Open"
    .lpstrInitialDir = MyPath
    .lpstrFilter = "All Files" & Chr$(0) & "*.*" & Chr$(0)
    .nFilterIndex = 1
    .lpstrFile = String(MAX_BUFFER_LENGTH, 0)
    .nMaxFile = MAX_BUFFER_LENGTH - 1
    .lpstrFileTitle = .lpstrFile
    .nMaxFileTitle = MAX_BUFFER_LENGTH - 1
    .lStructSize = Len(pOpenfilename)
End With

rc = GetOpenFileName(pOpenfilename)

If rc Then
    'A file has been selected
    FileOpen = Left$(pOpenfilename.lpstrFile, pOpenfilename.nMaxFile)
    'The cancel button has been pressed
    FileOpen = ""
End If

OpenFile = FileOpen

    Exit Function
    MsgBox Err.Description, 0, Err.Number
    Resume Exit_OpenFile:
End Function
'*****************End Code************************


Sub cmdButton_Click()
    MsgBox OpenFile
End Sub


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I'm not sure if it's the same as before, but you could try the following link:

It's an API that replaces the common dialog, which for me works very well.
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