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Querying for Access wildcards

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I've been trying to create an Access query that will run with a wildcard. I've set up a query by form with a combo box listing all of the options for that query. However, I'd like to also have the option of the end user typing in just a portion of one of the criteria in the combo box and having Access return all of the records that have what they typed as a portion of that field. I've tried adding a &"*" to the end of my criteria, but with no luck. Any advice is appreciated.
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Hi jford1906,

You may wish to check out the Like keyword. have a look in the help files, i'm sure that this may suit your needs. :whistling:

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