Use Zip Code Lookup to Populate City, State, Zip text boxes in records on sub form

I am using the instructions on the following link to populate the address text boxes (city, state, zip) in an address subform where there may be multiple address for a person.  The instructions work well for a single address but when I select the zip code it will populate the city, state, zip unbound text boxes for all of the address records for that person.  Is the a way to isolate writing to the text boxes for the particular address record? 
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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE )Infotrakker SoftwareCommented:
I'm assuming you're using a Datasheet or Continuous Subform? If so, then Unbound boxes will always show the same data. The textboxes will have to be "bound" to a datasource.

You can, of course, build a query that displays the full Address, including City/STate/Zip, and use that query to populate your form. You can then bind those boxes to the query's fields, and you should show the correct values in the subform.

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MarkSnark1Author Commented:
Thank you LSMConsulting.  I bound the city, state, zip fields to the "address" table and obtained the desired results.
MarkSnark1Author Commented:
Thank you.
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