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Posted on 2012-03-24
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I have created a form.  I would like for the form to save the data in an Access DB and send the form via email.

I understand how to have the button sumit and end result.. send form via email.
However, need to figure out a way to do both..

I'm familar with VBA.  So I will need to learn C# to do this I assume.
Does anyone have any examples.. on this?

I hope is possible : -/
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a button that does rules, rather than the default submit type, is what you want.

Then you can have more than one submit.

You can also have stages and only show the database submit after the email submit or for a certain user or whatever.
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