You don't need to change your code as long as you change the Row Source of the EmpName combo box. What you need is a "null" or empty value added to the list.
SELECT Employees.EmpName, Employees.EmpName As Display
SELECT Null, "<All Employees>"
ORDER BY 2;
Set the Bound Column to 1 and the Display Widths to 0"; 1.5"
If the user selects an employee name, the name will be returned by the combo box. If the user selects <All Employees>, the box will go blank and return a Null value - which will keep your code from adding a filter.
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On Oct 3, 2016, at 10:53 PM, ka0t1c_ang3l <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I have a form which has several unbound text boxes for start and end date, employee name, training class, and the form also has several option buttons for different reports. One of the option buttons is for a report that will display training history for a specific employee. Currently an employee name and training class must be selected from the combo box, and the option button for training history for specific employee option button must be selected, and the report will display the history for that employee and specified training class. I would like the option to type in an "*" as a wildcard indicating all values, and when the training history for specific employee button is selected, it will open the report which will display all the training records for the selected employee. This is the code i have currently for that option button:
Case Is = 8
If Not IsNull(Me.EmpName) Then
strWhere = strWhere & " AND [NAME] = """ & Me.EmpName & """ "
If Not IsNull(Me.CDesc) Then
strWhere = strWhere & " AND [Desc] = """ & Me.CDesc & """ "
strReport = "R_TrnHist4SpecificEmp"
Any help is great appreciated!!
Posted by: John Viescas <email@example.com>
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