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Hi,

i am running a distinct query to find the unique records from a table. Now i want to create a form showing these records with a checkbox not in a tabe veiw.

Can someone help me with it.
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Question by:Saichand
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by:AkAlan
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Create a new form, in Properties, Record Source, add the name of the query then add a texbox and check box to the form.
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by:Saichand
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this will only show one record... what if i want to see all the records?
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make sure the form is set to Continuous Forms in the default View of properties
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