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As @Saulysw mentioned, the select query should allow you to update.
Can you post the SQL of the query you are using as a source?
I would like the calculated field to keep a running total and display the current total no matter what field I begin entering data. Thanks, Brian Ok, place your formula in the controlsource property of your Total field. (not bad at adapting it though)Thanks, Brian Brian All you have to do is go to the property for each field and look for After Update Select Event Procedure.
Each any of the numbers is changed, your total field will reflect the change. Who takes 7 seconds to develop,7 mins to document,7 hours to test,7 months to fix will always blame the clock. I compared all the properties to my "broken" DB and didn't see any differences. The Code is this simple: Private Sub Field_After Update() Me.
If the Form option isn't currently selected then use the drop-down facility to select it.
Does that make sense to anybody out there, so far I am not getting it.. [GWP] & [Binding_Percentage] are controls on my form and the control source of the form is set to a query (Re Qry Forecast). If you can help me understand better or maybe it is bound already after my explination....
Putting a formula or function such as you have in the Control Source of a control is not binding the control.
This should work, but you now also have some other tasks like emptying the temp table each time before/after you use it and it is not really multi-user friendly.
If you need multiple users using it you need to add some sort of USERID to the table too. An alternative would be to use the table as your source and then set the filter value to make it the subset you are seeking.
You can do this as part of a form open event (from memory - might need to use the me.requery) or better yet as part of code from the menu/button that got you to the form.