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Hi,

I have a fornt end from in access which is connected to SQL server 2008.
 I have formA which has a dropdownbox that I select countryName and when I submit, I go to FormB.
In formB there is a label called lblCountryName which displays the selected country from formA..

I like to submit the lblCountryName to my employee table.

How can this be done in access 2007?

Thanks in advance
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Kent Dyer earned 500 total points
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Forms!formB!CountryName from your formA design mode..

That should do the trick for you..

HTH,

Kent
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I am not familiar with access.

I already have the lable or scountryName from formA. how can I apss lblCountryName (sCountryName) to employee.CountryName in in formB?
FormB pass all values to sql database.
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can you post you database?
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What do you mean by "pass the lblCountryName to employee"? What do you want to do with the value in lblCountryName in regard to Employee? Do you want to filter the employees by that value, or do you want to update the Employee table based on that value?
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insert that value into employee table.
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thanks
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