Multi Value Fields Links

Multi Value Fields Links

Can you imagine in Microsoft offices, some bright spark, probably someone from marketing comes in and says, MS Access Needs “Multivalued Fields” – we’re going to make MS Access easier for people to use! Can you imagine, all the developers jumping up and down and shouting NO! I can understand the marketing guys point of view, MS Access is, and has always been an easy way for people to get into building databases. And really, I don’t see that anyone that starts out, including myself, can build a decent well-designed database of the bat. It just doesn’t happen. From that point of view, I think Microsoft are wise and should keep adding features that simplify MS Access. It will make “Access” even more attractive to beginners, resulting in more users and that will lead to more work for developers!

Access 2010 MultiValued ComboBox

MultiValued ComboBox

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This is an excellent video on Multi Value Fields from >>> Takeshi K

Michael commented on this video in this thread:-

"How to identify "selected" items from multivalue combobox"

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Access World Forums, (AWF)

Comment:-

I was not able, even after watching it several times, to determine how to get all the items that were selected.

I make this note here to remind me to investigate further and see if it is possible to provide an answer for Michael.

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