I am trying to create a FIFO (First In First Out) with a combo box in MS Access 2003. When you select a name in a combo box that name automatically rotates to the bottom of the list in the combo box. Does anyone have examples of coding on First In First Out, or suggest how this could be created?
You would have to still add the Lineup (or whatever column) to the tblBenefitsEmployee. But from there it would look something like this.
I assume that you have a button that does the actual assignment
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