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How do I "Refresh" a query?

Posted on 2008-06-18
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I have a form that uses two combo boxes to seelct criteria for a query.  Then in a subform I use the query in a combo box to make a third selection.  However, whenever I make my first two selections and then move to the subform, nothing is displayed.  If I then switch to design mode, and then back to view mode, the valid selections are available.  How do I "Force" the query to run the first time I enter the subform?
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In the On Enter event for the subform use:

Me.Requery
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