I can not figure out how to have a table of names and another table with notedate and notes and then to use a form to add to a retreive notes for a given name

I have a table called clients with fields labeled fname, lname, dob, intakedate.  I have a second table called ClientNotes, the fields are notedate and cnotes. I've tried queries and forms but it looks sloppy and doesn't work very well.  What I want is to be able to pick a client and write notes about that client and include the date the note was written.  I would then at some point want to pull up a client and look at the notes I wrote by picking the date of the note.

I hope this was clear - any help would be most appreciated.
Stephen MuncyAsked:
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
your Client table must have Unique ClientID field (unique for every client)
your table ClientNotes must use the ClientID  as a Foreign key (multiple entry allowed)

then create a form with a subform, see this link how


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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
post at #a40657014 should resolve this problem.
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