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How make listbox requery or refresh when go to a new or different record

Posted on 2009-05-15
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I have a form which contains a listbox.  On the form I have created a new record button.  When I click on the new record button the listbox is not refreshing or requering the data associated to the record number of the form.  The listbox is driven by a query which has criteria set to use the record number from the form itself.  What am I doing wrong?  I have tried...
    DoCmd.GoToRecord , , acNewRec
    [List24].Requery
on the onclick event of the new record button but that isn't working.
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Question by:SteveL13
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Can you post the SQL of the query driving the list box ?

When you go to a new record ... no new record actually exists until you enter edit at least one bound control.

Does this work when you go to existing records?

What exactly do you meant by 'record number'?  The Access Auto Counter ?

mx
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Me![List24].Requery
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Thanks, glad to help
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This should have worked the

 [List24].Requery

You don't have to use the Me keyword.

mx
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