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Multiple Dropdowns Issue

Thread began 2/12/2011 4:43 am by tommy83016 | Last modified 2/15/2011 2:38 am by tommy83016 | 1844 views | 6 replies


Thanks for replying Jason!

You lost me a little (actually a lot).

I create a new table called 'modelSizes' with the columns
modelSizeID - Primary key Column
modelSizeSizeID - Foreign key column, relates to size.sizeID
modelSizeModelID - Foreign key column, relates to model.modelID

What data do I put in these columns?

In the recordset where does Size.sizeID, Size.SizeName come from?

THen, where does 'FROM Sizes' come from. Do i need to create a table called Sizes?

Is itpossible you could provide an example form my database attachment I could build upon? Willing to pay if required. But, if I need to pay, I would like to have four columns where the 4th would be the price based on chain length.

Many Thanks for your assistance

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