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If i have a question in a query such as [Which town?]

How can the use return the records for all towns?

Leaving the cell blank does not work, nor does using a *.

All help most welcome.
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Set your criteria to

LIKE NZ([Which Town], "*")

Then if the user enters a blank, all records will show
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