I have a working form which I use to filter data and update various fields on a form. I want the option to "select all" records which would be populated in the detail of the form.
Does the underlying table have to have a check box field for me to perform a "select all" or can the check box on the detial line be some kind of unbound field...something that an update query could still refer to?
I hope I am clear on my issue. If not, please ask for clarification and I'll do what I can to accomodate.
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