How to save Access Form Entries to reocrd source table fields

I have created a physician survey database where I am collecting information regarding infections occurring after surgeries.

I have one form that allows the entry clerk to search for the surgical event and bring up the record in the data table.  The record source is Select query on the event table.

The event data table has been populated with event information (pt name, physician, date of event, etc).  There are 20 yes/no fields to for each event record to allow survey input to track infection occurrences.

I have created two forms (all the questions could not fit on one), frmSurvey1 and frmSurvey2 to allow the clerk to enter the information once the event has been selected from the master table.  There is a command button to go from one form to the other.

My question is how do I code the Command Button to update the selected record with the survey answers from the two forms?


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You can use update query with values from your forms. May be you can upload sample DB with some dummy data?

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I got it.

I needed a jolt to remind me of the things I tend to forget.

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