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MS ACCESS 2003 :  Can I do a sort-order hierarchy in my form?

R B asked
Last Modified: 2013-11-28
I have a form - where I want the data-columns to populate by:  Office, then by Type (Personnel , Non-Personel), and then the Account (ascending order)

Where can I specify this?

Also - Can I make a pop-box ask for me to enter the "office" that I want the form to open-up for?   Currently - this form is running from a "table".   I can't base the Form on a Query - as it has too many joints where it will next not allow me to enter data into 3 new columns that I need to populate....

Currently - I run the make-table query - for all of my offices - and wish to next utilize my form - to input data by office - as the need arises.
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