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Refresh combo on 1 form as results of updating another form

Posted on 2012-12-21
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I am drawing a blank here - where is the best place to place the Requery/Refresh - when I update the list of a combo on 1 form I want it to be displayed in the combo on another.

FormA.SubForm1.Combo1 - list of Assignment Types to be assigned to a specific Organization.

FormB.Subform2.combo2 - List of Assignment Types - Need to add to the list that will be displayed on FormA.SubForm1.Combo1

I have tried the refresh on the load of the Subform1, on the Load of FormA,
OnClick of the Combo1, on BEforeUpdate - all without success.

Please help,
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Kelvin Sparks earned 2000 total points
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On the form after update of form 2 create an event that has

Forms!FormB!Sunform2.Forms!Combo2.Requery


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thanks for the assist - ended up placing code on close of the forms - works great.
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