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    ranman256 is offline VIP
    Windows Vista Access 2010 32bit
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    Apr 2014

    FYI: User pick list example

    Here is my example of a user pick list. The user can pick items from a list (dbl-click) the items are added to a Picked list table. This table can be joined to the main table to pull ONLY the items chosen. (rather than have a query with many OR clauses)
    It also has filters by Letter or State to help speed up picks.

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    Below are the queries show for each list,button, or action.
    select [name], [state] from tClients where [name] like forms!frmPick!lstAlf & "*"

    select [name], [state] from tClients

    select [name], [state] from tClients where [state] = forms!frmPick!lstState

    select * from tPicked

    INSERT INTO tPicked ( Name, State )
    SELECT [Name] ,[State] FROM tClients
    WHERE ((ClientID)=[Forms]![frmPick]![lstAvail)

    DELETE * FROM tPicked

    DELETE * FROM tPicked where [name] = forms!frmPick!lstPicked

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    johannesh is offline Novice
    Windows 7 64bit Access 2007
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    Sep 2016
    Hello Sir!
    Thank you for providing this hopefully useful information for me. I hope you can help me with my personal query. I want to create this piece:Click image for larger version. 

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    I wondered if you could help me out by doing that and explaining what steps I have to take first.
    Please don't hesitate to answer me!

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