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Access 2003: Combo box based on results from ComboBox

Posted on 2011-09-07
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I have a combobox containing a query criteria referring to the results of another combo box.

ie.,

cboMonth: Choose the Month
cboEvent:  Choose the Event based on cboMonth

What do I need to do to update the cboEvent contents if you change cboMonth?
trying requery isn't helping me unless I'm placing it in the wrong event.

Thanks
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Question by:OnsiteSupport
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In the AfterUpdate event of cboMonth

Private Sub cboMonth_AfterUpdate

    me.cboEvent.Requery

End sub
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Private Sub cboMonth_AfterUpdate()
   Me.cboEvent.Requery
End Sub

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What are you guys in competition? LOL

Thanks again!
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by:Dale Fye (Access MVP)
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I think I deserve all the points!  ;-)
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Mine is in BOLD to make it clearer !!!
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Answers were post literally microseconds apart ... look at the ID's

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MX should get the points because his ID is longer  AND his response was more sarcastic.
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Now you're talkin' .... lol
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"What are you guys in competition? LOL"
Man, it's a war zone out there Today!
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