MS Access Update Fields from Pass Through Query

I have a combo box on a form that uses a pass through query (MS SQL) to populate a list of 'customers' (row source).  This pass through also returns the customers currency as a second column, what I am having trouble figuring out is how to pass the Currency to a text box when a customer is selected in the combo box.
Wil SokanovicAsked:
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ste5anSenior DeveloperCommented:
Bind the control source of the TextBox to "=cboYourCombo.Column(2)" assuming the the ComboBox row source has three columns like ID, Name and Currency.
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Wil SokanovicAuthor Commented:
Perfect, thank you
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Wil SokanovicAuthor Commented:
Worked a treat
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IrogSintaCommented:
Just some additional info.  If this is a textbox that you would want to have the option to manually fill in as well instead of solely from the listbox, then you should keep the textbox unbound and just fill it using your combo box's AfterUpdate event.  In your code you would just include  Me.YourTextBox = Me.cboYourCombo.Column(2).

Ron
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Wil SokanovicAuthor Commented:
Thanks, makes sense! The textbox is read-only, but will remember for future
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