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Queries, tables, forms problem

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    Queries, tables, forms problem

    Hello everyone,
    Here is my problem, I have one table with dates and customers. I wrote query to see the last date for every customer. (max grouped by customers).
    I have to represent that with a form customer - maxDate.
    1. When I use only query I cannot connect the textArea with the query field (got the #name? error)
    2. When I make table from query the table doesn't update as the other values change. I have to close everything and make table again.


    Please help me how to make this work.

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    Why are you making a table?

    Not sure what you mean by 'connect the textArea with the query field'. Maybe you should use Max() or DMax() in textbox on form.

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    The idea is to make the textArea change value when field in query changes.
    I was thinking about making a table from query because there's no option to add query field in "Add existing fields".
    And without making the table, I tried to add query field to Control Source of the textArea, but I got #name? in area.


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    Cannot reference tables and queries directly that way. That's what domain aggregate functions are for.

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