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Dependent Lookup MS Access 2007

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I need to understand how dependent lookups work in MS Access 2007 does someone have an example of something very simple like a state lookup that once a state is selected then select a city for only that state in the next lookup
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aka 'Cascading combo boxes'

I suggest this KB:

How to synchronize two combo boxes on a form in Access 2002 or in Access 2003
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/289670

Of course - those works in all versions of Access.

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Thanks for your response, it did not give me exactly what I was looking for but it did help me to get to the sample that I needed for MS Access 2007 here is the link

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/en/confirmation.aspx?FamilyId=FD5537A1%2D3C4E%2D4371%2D81E4%2DF9347B7A1DD7&displaylang=en
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you are welcome ...

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