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I need help with this urgently. And if at all possible I need to do this with out any VBA.

I have a query called AttachmentInv. It contains the fields IntCustNo, Model,Serial,  and Div.

I need a form/report or form I can mak look like a report that will allow the user to select a IntCustNo and for the drill down to diplay the Model(s) that are assigned to that IntCustNo. Then when you click on the Model, it would list the Serial, Div...etc.

I have tried doing this in a form with a subform, but it is not "refreshing the data" when I change the IntCustNo. So I am willing to start from scratch with any new ideas.

Thanks in advance for your help.
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by:peter57r
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Hi kcmoore,
If there is only one record per IntCustNo then just create an autoform form based on the query.
Then add a combo box using the wizard, using the option to 'find a record in my form'.

Pete
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by:kcmoore
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Oh, sorry to mention, There are multiple records, the only single instance will be with the serial number. There will be numerous IntCustNo, Model, etc...only the serial is distinct.
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by:peter57r
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kcmoore,
So are you saying that you need to know IntCustNo and Model and Serial to identify a record uniquely?
(Serial No doesn't do it on its own?)

Pete
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by:kcmoore
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The purpose of this would be to show all of the IntCustNo first, then they can get further detail by clicking on that field, and "drilling down" through the data. So all you need to know upfront is the IntCustNo, which I was thinking would be in a combo box, just not sure if that is the correct way. Once they select the number from the combo box, then the model#s tied to that customer would come up, then if you click on a model# you would see the remaining fields (Serial, Div, etc...)
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by:bonjour-aut
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without vba you can achieve this with nested subform:

IntCustNunber > Model > Modeldetails

put a Printbutton on the Modeldetailssubform for a report using the formfieldvalues as restrictions

look at this example for nested subforms: http://www.itsgemeiner.com/service/EE/subform_nested.mdb

regards, Franz
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by:kcmoore
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Franz,

I can not view this db sample for some reason. I am using Access 97 so that may be the issue.
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in A97 you cannot nest subforms, the example is A2000

in A97 you will need to do:

mainform - subform

mainform unbound, two dropdowns
first dropdown with rowsource IntCustNo
VBA for cbo1_Exit:  Me.cbo2.Rowsource="SELECT Model FROM modelTab WHERE ...."
on this matter see example: http://www.itsgemeiner.com/service/EE/cbotest_97.mdb -  form test1  

then you can restrict the recordsource of the subform to the content of the two formfields

so this will involve some VBAing

regards, Franz
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by:shanesuebsahakarn
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You will needs some VBA, and this may be useful to you:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Databases/MS_Access/Q_20525110.html
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