Diplaying Records From Table In A Form Without Having To Use A Query

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Access 2003
Microsoft Access
I have a program on the shared drive. I have a user ID & Password Form and table, Production Form and table. I would like to know how to write a macro or program a command button when selected would allow the indivdual based upon their user ID/Password to go to the production table and display all of the records for the last 30 days on a designed form (screen that would display all of the records for the last 30 days and avoid having to use the way the data is displayed as the result of a query. Then I would like to be able to select on of the 30 records from the screen and have that record displayed in the production form for update.

Software/Hardware used:
MS2003 - Dell PC network

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