Crosstab Input Form in Microsoft Access - for a correspondence matrix

I am creating a communications matrix, I want the input form to have a list of ducuments on the left side and the list of project team members across the top (or visa versa).

The list of potential team members and the list of documents varies on each project, so I'd like to create an input form that looks like a cross tab report and gives the user the choice of 1 of 4 options for each person - document selection.
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Jeffrey CoachmanMIS LiasonCommented:
This is not the way a standard form works.
You cannot have a "Crosstab" form.

Consider doing this the standard way.

Create a form and give the user a combobox to select the Document and another to select the team member.

*Keep It Simple*



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rogerdjrAuthor Commented:
Not really any suggestions received, so I'll try another way to do this
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