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I've been looking around and can't seem to find an accurate answer to at least steer me in the right direction. On form1 (Members) i have a button that opens another form (supervisor) with a combo. The combo has 3 fields and upon selection I want it to store the 3 values in a text box on form1 then close form 2 (which I know this code).

Before closing the Form, Use the Vba code as below

Forms![MEMBER].Textbox1= Me.Combobox1  ' set the value of combobox to your Textbox in Form1
Docmd.close 'Close the form

Access Form, Populate TextBoxes Based On ComboBox, Access Form, Populate TextBoxes Based On ComboBox. Consider the table below: We want to create the following form: The user can select an ID from the combo box, and the fields will be updated accordingly: Open the form in design mode. On the property sheet, on the data tab click on the 3 dot button of the Control Populate textbox based on combobox selection on Userform with VBA Please do as follows to populate textbox with corresponding value based on combobox selection on Userform. 1. Press the Alt+ F11keys to open the Microsoft Visual Basic for Applicationswindow.

To set the value on form1, use the Column property of Combobox with index value,

Forms!form1!Textbox1 = Me.Combobox1.Column(0) & " " & Me.Combobox1.Column(1) & " " & Me.Combobox1.Column(2)

Populate text boxes with multicolumn Combo Box selections, To update text boxes with selections made in a multi-column combo Create a new form in Northwind.mdb that contains the following controls:. The Access form has multiple textboxes and a single combo box. The user will be able to select a value from the combo box. Based on the value selected from the combo box, the text boxes will be populated with data from a Table. Consider the table below:

nevermind I was able to figure it out once my brain started working...

Dim supervisor1 As Variant
Dim supervisor2 As Variant
Dim supervisor3 As Variant
Dim supervisor4 As Variant

supervisor1 = Me.Combo0.Column(0)
supervisor2 = Me.Combo0.Column(1)
supervisor3 = Me.Combo0.Column(2)
supervisor4 = supervisor1 & " " & supervisor3 & " " & supervisor2
Forms![Member].Text48 = supervisor4

populate text box on one form based on combo box selection on , Before closing the Form, Use the Vba code as below. Forms![MEMBER].Textbox1 = Me.Combobox1 ' set the value of combobox to your Textbox� Below is a form that contains two combo boxes. One is called CategoryID and the second is called ProductID. When a value is selected in the CategoryID combo box, the ProductID combo box repopulates its list of items based on the CategoryID chosen.

Access 2010: Auto populate fields using a combo box in forms , This video shows how to create a form that uses a combo box to populate other fields in the Duration: 11:57 Posted: May 23, 2012 Click the Combo box control in the Controls toolbox. In Access 2007, click the Design tab under Forms Design Tools and click Combo Box (Form Control) in the Controls group. Click and drag in the

Fill Text Boxes on User Form Based on Selection in Combobox , How to fill text box controls on user-form with data from Excel worksheet based on selection Duration: 9:54 Posted: Nov 14, 2017 I am trying to add items to a combo box based on the selection of another combo box. I have one combo box that displays the total list of all Die numbers. Each die number has a specific number of cavities associated with it. Example Die 1111 has 4 cavities. number of cavities varies from 1 to 8. I want the second combo box to populate with

How To Fill An Access Form Field By Using A Combo Box , How To Fill An Access Form Field By Using A Combo Box (Dropdown List) Create a dropdown list box (combo box) filled with data from the table / query that you want to use , or type in the values using the combo box wizard. Create the field you want to automatically populate based on the selection made by the user. To see a form-based query in which one drop-down combo box depends on the value selected in another, open and run frmAlbumBrowse from 01-02.MDB.This form has been designed to allow you to select albums by music type and artist using combo boxes, with the selected records displayed in a subform.

Comments
  • I tried that and it didn’t work. I’ll double check my code, but I’m sure that’s exactly what I have... well plus with the other two fields
  • Forms![MEMBER].Textbox1= Me.Combo0.Column(1). try this
  • yeah that worked, still trying to figure out how to get all thre fields into one single text box though.
  • that's easy Forms![MEMBER].Textbox1 = Me.Combo1.Column(1) & " " & Me.Combo2.Column(1) & " " & Me.Combo3.Column(1) change the combox Name and column index value as your need.
  • I have this, the issue is I'm wanting to store Column(0), Column(1), and Column(2) into one text box, with a space beteween each.