Return DB results based on combobox selections

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I'm working on a simple database that will be presented used internally to perform a simple filter operation on the entire recordset based on selections made from two combo boxes. I've got the first part figured out, but I'm drawing a blank on the filtering component. I'm looking for the most efficient way to achieve this.

The workflow should go as follows:

 - User selects an industry from the Industry combo box (this filters the second box)
 - User selects sub-industry from Sub-Industry combo box

At this point - a subform/query should return the results that correspond to the selection made in the combo boxes from the table breachArticleInfo.

As always - I appreciate the time!
darinjwAsked:
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PatHartmanCommented:
The subform should be bound to a query with criteria that references the two combos.

Select ...
From ...
Where fld1 = Forms!yourmainform!cbo1 AND fld2 = Forms!yourmainform!cbo2;

Either use a button's click event or the Click event of the second combo to requery the subform.

Me.sfrm.Requery

Using this method, the subform will be empty when you open the form.
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PatHartmanCommented:
Workable solution
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