This should hopefully be an easy one, but I can't seem to figure it out. I have a form being displayed in "Datasheet View" in microsoft access. The datasheet view has several columns.
example: ID, ColumnA, ColumnB, ColumnAB
Now, lets say that "ColumnAB" is unbound, but "ID", "ColumnA", and "ColumnB" are bound to fields in a certain table in a database. ColumnAB is unbound because I just want to display the results of a simple calculation after values have been input into ColumnA and ColumnB without actually storing anything in the database. Here is an example of the code I would write inside a function that would be called when the value of either ColumnA or ColumnB changes...
If [ColumnA].Value And [ColumnB].Value Then
[ColumnAB].Value = [ColumnA].Value + [ColumnB].Value
Everything appears to work fine when I'm typing in my first record, the value of ColumnAB will update and display the correct result. The problem occurs when I add/switch to another record (I'm in Datasheet view, so this form is showing all the records in the table at the same time). If I switch to record 2 and change the value of ColumnA, then it calls my function to update the value of ColumnAB. The problem is that the code [ColumnAB].value seems to update the value of ALL [ColumnAB] fields, and not just the one for the current record. What do I need to change in my code to only refer to the [ColumnAB] field of the current record, and not change all values in the whole form?
Thanks in advance