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    Angry Saving info in forms

    If anyone can help me out on this I'd be grateful...

    I've created a simple form for us to enter new student details as students enroll at our school. I simply want an Access kind of database form which I can enter data into and then save each time I do.

    however, when I enter data and try to save it, the code of the form doesn't alter and so, when I next access the file, I simply get a blank form again.

    Technically, the value function for the Inputs or Checkboxes is set only in the source code and not changed when I enter in data. Is there a way to get the Value function of Inputs to change when data is entered so that they are saved in the source code each time?

    If anyone thinks they can help but I haven't explained this well, please get in touch and ask for more details. I appreciate it...

    John

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    Hello madjohnnygrum and welcome to the help desk!!

    If you could post the url So I can look at the source code that would be helpful.
    If it is a private page please email the info using the contact link.

    Dave
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    By the sound of it, Johm, you want something a bit more poweful than HTML.

    What server are you on? If its PHP enabled you can easily write the form data to a file then import that into Access.

    Let me know if it is, and I will post a simple script to write to a file.

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