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ComboBox base on an other one

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Hi,

2 comboBox : filtInst and filtOff

ComboBox "filtOff" depend on the value of comboBox "filtInst".
To do it, i use    Forms]![frm_Resen]![filtInst])

If the comboBox "filtInst" is empty, I would like to see all value of "filtOff".

How this can be done?

Thanks
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by:Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)
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use vba codes to set the rowSource of the combo filtOff in the afterUpdate event of combo filtInst

private sub filtInst_afterupdate()

if me.filtInst & ""="" then
   me.filtOff.rowsource="select f1,f2 from tablex"
   else
  me.filtOff.rowsource="select f1,f2 from tablex where f1=" & me.filtInst
end if


end sub
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Set your criteria to:

LIKE NZ([Forms]![frm_Resen]![filtInst], "*")
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