Access 2010 Query

Hello again,

I have a form with checkboxes, each time a check box is checked a dollar value needs to be associated with that check. Example: Car wash y/n, (if yes,  is checked the default value is $5.00)

I need to pull a report that shows for example: Car washes 3 total $15.00.

My table has the fields :

Car Wash y/n field
Car Wash Cost 5.00 Currency field (the 5.00 amount is fixed, never changes)

at this point I am only using the check fields on the form...because I can't figure out where or how to add the Car Wash Cost...so my report only shows the amount of car washed...but no dollar values.

Please help,

Thanks much,

Lucy
lucyLunaAsked:
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suvmitraCommented:
You need VBA and SQL to perform this.

AfterUpdate EVent of the Checkbox

If me.checkbox1 = true then
me.txtbox1.value = 5 [Add a unbound text box to populate the value you may add a lable to show the Dollar sign ]
end if

When you click on Save button one SQL should trigger to Inser or Update the records in the DB.

INSERT INTO tblA Values ("Car Wash", 5)
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als315Commented:
May be you can upload sample from your DB?
How are stored these records? If you have 3 Car washes, you have 3 records in your DB?
You can add field on your form with following (Boolean values are: Yes = -1, No = 0) :
=-[Car Wash Cost]*[Car Wash]
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lucyLunaAuthor Commented:
Thank you so much....you helped me tremendously!
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