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    dixonada is offline Novice
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    Question Code donation request

    Thanks in advance.

    Would someone help develop a function where a row is copied from a table and then paste to a different table? The challenge being the source table contains a ComboBox (multi-value) and the destination is simply a text field. An all-too-familiar error occurs when attempting a simple append, however, this can be done manually as shown in the below images. Would someone be willing to donate code which helps me accomplish this seemingly trivial task?

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    Why do you need to duplicate data?

    Google: Access VBA multi-value fields update

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    Quote Originally Posted by June7 View Post
    Why do you need to duplicate data?
    Thanks for the info, but the question you posed was key. This database was inherited, so I went ahead and completely overhauled it in order to minimize any pushing or pulling of data. It's now lean & mean taking on anything.

    Thanks.

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