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Remove row when I check a completed box

Posted on 2014-01-30
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I have a box subform that tracks actions, action description and a completed box.  I would lik e to check a completed yes/no box and have the row it was on removed/deleted.  HOw would I go about doing this.  See attached database.
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1) earned 500 total points
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test this

1. created a query  "Q_ActionsAndOpps"
2. changed the Record Source of form "actions and opps"
3. add event procedure for the afterUpdate event of check box "Completed"
2nd.accdb
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by:lehi52
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Rey, you are a great help and know what you are doing.   Thank you very much.   It works great.
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Quick follow up.  How do you make it so that it displays only one line.  I tried it and it keeps changing so that it shows one line, then half of the second line.
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