How can I filter my employee input form with a drop down list of employee's?

I have a project/task sample database attached. The form frmEmployeeWeeklyInput includes a datasheet of projects and a drop down listing all the employee's. How can I have the drop down requery the datasheet below to just display projects that the user is assigned to?

Please note: More than one user can be assigned to each project see form frmProjectInput.
See attached sample database.
TimeInputTest---Copy.accdb
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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE )Infotrakker SoftwareCommented:
In the AfterUpdate event of your combo, you can use this code:

Dim sql As String
sql = "SELECT * FROM tblEmployeeWeeklyInput WHERE WEEKLYPROJID IN (SELECT EMPMULTIPROJID FROM tblEmployeeMulti WHERE EMPMULTIEMPID=" & Me.Combo1.Column(0) & ")"
Me.tblEmployeeweeklyinput.Form.RecordSource = sql

If you have control over this, I'd also suggest you adopt a more readable naming convention on your columns. ALLUPPERCASE is difficult to read. You're better off using CamelCase, or something of that nature.
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DJPr0Author Commented:
Thanks Scott!
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