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set a query parameter to a form control

Posted on 2011-09-11
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How or can I set a query parameter to a form control (combo box selection).  I believe i done it before but im new to Access 2010.  I used previous versions.

Thanks in Advance!!
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Question by:IT_newbie01
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DatabaseMX (Joe Anderson - Microsoft MVP, Access and Data Platform) earned 350 total points
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You mean like this:

SELECT Table1.*
FROM Table1
WHERE (((Table1.FIELD1)=[Forms]![YourFormName]![YourCombBoxName]));


mx
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by:IT_newbie01
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Yes, but how do i do that at the query level or how do i get to the SQL section of the query to apply that where clause in Access 2010??
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I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

Accepted answer: 0 points for IT_newbie01's comment http:/Q_27302500.html#36520229

for the following reason:

Actually that worked in the design view of the query. &nbsp;I had another query running that was throwing an error.<br /><br />Thanks!
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What worked ?
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"Actually that worked in the design view of the query."

What worked?  I believe I answered your question.
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You were right.  Thanks.
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I meant to award you the points originally.  I was saying "Actually that worked in the design view of the query." meaning your code worked in the design view of the query .  Thanks!!!
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