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MS Access unbound  Textbox

Posted on 2011-02-21
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I have a Table Called tblCompanyInformation and a report not linked to that table what so ever. but i want to have some unbound text boxes on the report that links back to the tblCompantInformation. I.E. unbound txt box called txtSlogan, want it to link back to table: tblCompanyInformation, Field: Slogan. WHERE CompanyID = 1
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1) earned 500 total points
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place this in the control source of the textbox
=dlookup("slogan","tblCompanyInformation","[CompanyID]=1")
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by:Blueice13085
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Thank you just had a brain fart and couldn't think of how to do it lol! something that's so easy makes it hard
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