VBA to look through table and find record that two fields have certain criteria

I have a form that i need to display a record on open.
This record is from a table with a column "ID" There maybe duplicate ID numbers but i need the code to find the ID and if the "servicecode" field has certain text ("Discount" for instance) then to show that record. I tried the following but I have got something wrong as it does not search for the combination.
If invs!ID = Forms!InvoiceAlterView!InvoicedetailsAlterView.Form!invdetailID And Left(invs!servicecode, 10) = "Discounted" Then

Have I explained this....????
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:

If invs!ID = Forms!InvoiceAlterView!InvoicedetailsAlterView.Form!invdetailID And invs!servicecode Like '*Discount*'  Then
iainmacleodAuthor Commented:
Thanks for your quick reply.
That still does not find the record, however I think there is a more fundamental error in my process.
I will have to review it and repost.
iainmacleodAuthor Commented:
I actually think the stem of this problem is that Forms!InvoiceAlterView!InvoicedetailsAlterView is a continuous form and when I am doing my IF statement it is finding the first INVDETAILID on the form not necessarily the record that I have clicked on....
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If you are using a continuous form to open records on a different form, the continuous form MUST include the uniqueID of the records it is displaying.  Otherwise, how will you get the other form to open to the record you want?
Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
<when I am doing my IF statement it is finding the first INVDETAILID on the form not necessarily the record that I have clicked on.... >

try saving the Record information to variables after you have selected the record, then refer to this variables in your IF statement..

what version of access are you using?
iainmacleodAuthor Commented:
Thanks all. Using 2010.
I am looking at redesigning the way I have the forms setup.
If you have multiple records for "101 Main street", the ONLY way to open a specific one in a different form is if you have a UNIQUE ID.
Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
try this in the current event of the continuous form "InvoicedetailsAlterView"

Tempvars.add "detID", me.invdetailID.value

use the variable in your IF statement

If invs!ID = Tempvars!detID And invs!servicecode Like '*Discount*'  Then

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