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  1. #1
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    Unanswered:

    WHY IS NO ONE ANSWERING!!!!!!!!


    Hey guys, I am doing a student test result database, if you read this please help!

    I have two data types NAPLAN or OTHER
    I have a T_result table which is linked to the F_Result entry form

    The result table looks like this

    ID Naplan or Other Test Result

    eg, 1,naplan, 37

    When the user makes a new record, i have a button but i want the button when clicked to input the value "Naplan" in to the current record.+


    I AM ASSUMING YOU USE THE INSERT INTO FUINCTION, i am on access 2010

    Help would be GREATLY appreciated

    Hey guys, I am doing a student test result database

    I have two data types NAPLAN or OTHER
    I have a T_result table which is linked to the F_Result entry form

    The result table looks like this

    ID Naplan or Other Test Result

    eg, 1,naplan, 37

    When the user makes a new record, i have a button but i want the button when clicked to input the value "Naplan" in to the current record.

    Help would be GREATLY appreciated
    Last edited by healdem; 06-10-12 at 04:41. Reason: duplicate threads posted in VB & Access forums

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    the usual reason why you don't get a reply is because your question doesn't provide much information or isn't clealry understandable

    mind you to demand an answer within 6..8 hours of posting, especially at the weekend is asking a a lot. this is a volunteer site.

    what I'd suggest you do is have another table contaioning the types of test eg NAPLAN, OTHER and so on
    then use the primary key of that that table as a FK in the test table
    use a combo or listbox as the source on the test form.
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    I didn't answer due to lack of information on your part and lack of interest in dragging it out of you on my part. Now you know.
    oh yeah... documentation... I have heard of that.

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    My sentiments, exactly!

    Linq ;0)>
    Hope this helps!

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    the usual reason why you don't get a reply is because your question doesn't provide much information or isn't clealry understandable
    I didn't answer due to lack of information on your part
    If you want help, suggest you provide additional, clear information.

    Possibly showing some sample rows and what should happen when your process is run will also help.

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