Form labels based on table in access - Survey database

I am building an access database to record a staff survey. I am in the early stages and have very little knowledge. Currently I have 2 tables - tbl_questions and tbl_responses.

I would like to have a form where the labels contain the questions from the tbl_questions, I will set up a combo box or check boxes for the responses to populate the responses table.

How do I populate the form labels with the questions from tbl_questions?
rowlandwiliamsAsked:
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BitsqueezerCommented:
Hi,

although it would be possible to change the labels according to a text from a table it is very much easier to use textboxes as labels. You can format them like a label (no border, transparent background, locked =true and enabled = false) so the user sees no difference, but you can then simply bound them to the question field of the query where your form is bound to.

Cheers,

Christian
PatHartmanCommented:
Here's a sample to get you going.
Questions150907.zip

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PatHartmanCommented:
I got a B for that!!  You are a tough marker.
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