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Use List box values as query criteria

Posted on 2009-04-14
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Hi,

Please have a look at the attached test2.mdb first. There I am populating two listbox based on a dropdown selection. Now I want to run a query where I can use the selected list box values as criteria. Say I want to populate a query which retrives the result set as,

Select * from MailingList where Listbox1.value = "Pen" and ListBox2.Value = "10"

Please help.
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If an item is selected in the listbox, then you can refer to that listbox in your query
eg

select * from contacts where products = forms!form1!lstContacts.value

but this will work only if form open and item selected
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test this


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