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#Name? error populating text control
Use DLookup to fetch the field value from your saved query. Set the Control Source property of your text box to this: =DLookup("[MyProjMgrID]", "qry_getPrjMgrID")

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aggregate functions in microsoft access
Start by creating a query which returns one row for each combination of userid and checktype: SELECT DISTINCT h.userid, h.checktype FROM tblHani AS h WHERE (((h.checktype) In ('I','O'))); Note if checktype can only be either I or O in all rows (no Nulls, zero-length string, or other values), that WHERE clause is not needed. Then you can use that as a subquery source for another where you cou

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Refresh calculation after combobox selection?
remove that code from form_update and stick it to the combobox_before/after_update event. just assign the value directly to the textbox. Private Sub ComboBox_AfterUpdate() me.txt_resultBox.value = nz(DLookup("AssignedPlan", "DMPlanSum", "DMID = " & ComboBox.value),"") End Sub

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Passing MS-Access string >255 characters to MS-Word field
If you use: Dim FmFld As FormField, Str1 As String Str1 = (a long string > 256 characters) Set FmFld = ActiveDocument.FormFields(1) FmFld.Result = Str1 You get an error: “String too long” (a ridiculous “design” feature, given that you can do it manually without problems!). Same if you use: ActiveDocument.Formfields("Text1").Result = Str1 You can get round this by using: ActiveD

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Microsoft Access 2007 Input Form
Go to design view of the form. you use the Control Wizard when you add a combobox to your form, a wizard will guide you through the steps of storing the ID, but showing the Name. Go to the Design tab. Click on the Combobox icon and then click on your form. If a wizard does not start, go back and turn on Use Control Wizards on the dropdown list under the icons. On the first screen, choose I want th

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SOLVING SEARCH QUERY
UPDATED: Changed ISNULL(strsearching) checks. Here is something that works. I changed your Null checks to avoid dealing with sometimes null values. Option Compare Database Option Explicit Private Sub cmdSearch_Click() Dim strsearching As String Dim strm As String Dim tname As String Dim sql As String strm = Nz(Me.clsBox.Value) tname = Nz(Me.NameBox.Value) str

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Is there a way to use an MS Access DB (MDB files) on Azure Websites?
Specifically for a cloud service, you can do the following: Create a cloud service that wraps your core project/site. Include the MDB in the project that is wrapped from (1). Many ways to do that. Include any executables or scripts you want to be deployed as well. You can add them to a Visual Studio project and set their Build Action to Content. In the project that is wrapped, include a WebRole

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How do I reference a Subform with a Variable?
In this case "Bang notation" (foo!thing) refers to the value of a Field in the Form (i.e., the Recordset of the Form), while "dot notation" (foo.thing) always refers to Properties, Methods, and Collections belonging to an object. So, Me!Controls equates to Me.Fields("Controls").Value but Controls is a Collection of Control objects, not a field name. Therefore we need to use Me.Controls

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access get top and last rows
which aggregate functino do you want to perform for your differences? Avg? Sum? SELECT CName, avg(Amount2-Amount1) AS Difference FROM CData GROUP BY CName btw, to do it in 'one' query, you could use a union query on two subqueries, one with the TOP 1000 asc, one with the TOP 1000 desc looks like Access is not allowing you to use an alias in the ORDER BY Clause, if you use the QBE grid you ca

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How to use MS access connection string?
What you describe is impossible. You can only establish an OLEDB connection to an Access database file that is: on a local drive, or on a Windows network (SMB) share You cannot directly connect to an Access database over HTTP (nor would you want to). The closest you would get would be to have a web service running on the server that could accept requests and update the database for you.

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Access beginner queries
You might need a TOTALS Query. It should be something along the lines of, SELECT nameFieldName, Sum(quantityFieldName) As TotalQty, Sum(costFieldName) As TotalCost FROM yourTableName GROUP BY nameFieldName; For more info on TOTALS Query : http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh169472%28v=nav.70%29.aspx

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Split MS Access database - can't open backend - potential security concern
I've seen two answers to this issue (solution 2 is the simplest) Solution 1 http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/office/forum/office_365hp-access/access-2013-split-database/26622a96-ddfc-4aba-98ac-aa83fd786e86 Split the database manually: Take a backup copy of the database. Take another copy of the database and rename it as the back-end (e.g. MyDatabase Data.accdb) Open the new back-end and del

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How to calculate totals on a memo Field in MS Access 2010?
In Access you would use LEN instead of DATALENGTH: SELECT MIN(LEN([LongField])) ,AVG(LEN([LongField])) ,MAX(LEN([LongField])) ,SUM(LEN([LongField])) FROM TheExportedTable

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'Microsoft.ACE.OLEDB.12.0' provider is not registered on the local machine' without need to install Access Engine
if your end-user computer does not have MS office or MS Access installed, you won't be able to use the ACE.OLEDB driver UNLESS you install the basic access runtime/databse engine. However, if your end-users have 64bit windows and 32bit office, you will get the same error. To over come this issue you need to change your app target platform to x86. if you are using visual studio, on additional way

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Access report building for Dummies
I totally forgot I asked the question on here and ended up fixing the issue. What I ended up doing is building the report from scratch from the query instead of using the wizard. Then I just free typed the functions into unbound text boxes. I did then use the grouping to separate it the way I needed. Once I realized my mistake and that the solution was so easy I felt kind of dumb.

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