Switch between two options in Microsoft Access 2000 text field

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Access 2000
Database programming
Microsoft Access 2000
Text field
I am an access programmer, not much used to with the VB codes. I am using the wizards instead. I have a new project where in I want the secondary level users to check the data fed by the primary users. The findings of the primary user will be available in the new screen for the secondary level user in ten different text boxes. I want the secondary user to click on the text fields which has been fed by the primary user. This should change the value of a corresponding text field with "Y" initially. on clicking again the "Y" should be changed to "N". Please help me by giving the codes thanks SRCA
ASKED: February 25, 2009  9:52 AM
UPDATED: February 25, 2009  1:39 PM

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