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Question about how a field in a table is used

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by jwcampbell@gmail.com, Jul 28, 2006.

  1. jwcampbell@gmail.com

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    Hello All,

    I am trying to design an exit interview survey database in MS Access
    for my job, and I'm basing it off of the "At Your Survey" database
    created by MSMVP Duane Hookom. (You can just do a basic web search to
    find and download the database . . .). I'm using the MS Access 2000

    My question concerns the RspnsType field in the tblQuestions table.
    The MS Access description of this field says, "Possible Values
    7-Numeric, 10-Text, 8-Date, 1-Logical (data types in Access)", so I
    suppose that those are the entries that you're supposed to put in this
    field. However, I can't find any code or queries that link off of this
    to make it work. Can anyone explain to me how the database uses the
    entries in this field to dictate the data types that are allowed as

    I know that I could just use the At Your Survey database to create my
    survey, but I'm trying to understand how it works, too. Thanks for
    your help!

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