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Microsoft Access 2010 : Customizing Fields - Creating a Lookup Field (part 2) - Allow Multiple Selections from a Lookup Field, Draw Lookup Values from a Data List

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Allow Multiple Selections from a Lookup Field

  1. Open a table in Design view.

  2. Click the field to define as a lookup field.

  3. Click the Data Type cell, click the down arrow, and then click Lookup Wizard.

  4. Select the I Want the Lookup Field to Get the Values from Another Table or Query option.

  5. Click Next.

  6. Click the table or query to provide the values.

  7. Click Next.

    Allow Multiple Selections from a Lookup Field
  8. Click the first field to provide the values.

  9. Click Add.

  10. Click Next three times.

    Allow Multiple Selections from a Lookup Field
  11. Select the Allow Multiple Values check box.

  12. Click Finish.

    Allow Multiple Selections from a Lookup Field

Draw Lookup Values from a Data List

  1. Open a table in Design view.

  2. Click the field to define as a lookup field.

  3. Click the Data Type cell, click the down arrow, and then click Lookup Wizard.

    Draw Lookup Values from a Data List
  4. Select the I Will Type In The Values That I Want option.

  5. Click Next.

    Draw Lookup Values from a Data List
  6. Type the number of columns you want in your lookup list.

  7. Type the first row of values in the list and then press Tab.

  8. Continue adding rows until all values are in the list.

  9. Click Finish.

    Draw Lookup Values from a Data List
 
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