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Using a command button to update text boxes

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by APH, Jul 28, 2006.

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    I have a .bmp of a map of an area as the background on my Form. I then have
    command buttons which represent specific locations on the map and text boxes
    to display the relevant properties for each location. I am intending a user
    to be able to click one of the command buttons which will then look up the
    location in a table and update the text boxes on the form with the
    information associated with the location (from the same table).
    Could anyone tell me what coding I would need to assign to the command
    button to enable this to work.
    The form is named MainMap
    The Table is named SiteData
    The Query is named SiteQuery

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