2 added 845 characters in body
source | link

Help! I have a patient form where their referring doctor is chosen and that ID for the doctor is stored in a variable. When I click "Save record" I need it to copy the data form the ReferringDoctors table (name, address, etc) and copy it to the PatientDetails table in corresponding variables based on which doctor has been chosen. I can't figure it out. Help!

Using Access 2013

Re-edit: The whole idea here it that I have three separate tables - 1 for the DoctorInfo (just address data), 1 for the PatientInfo (just address data), and 1 for the PatientVisit info (why they came that day). The goal is to be able to click a button on the PatientVisit form to generate a letter in Word that includes the address from the doctor, the patient's address and the information from the patient visit.

So far, I have all the information I need stored in the three tables, but I have no clue how to grab the information to generate the letter. For example if Patient 1 is referred by Doctor A on the current visit, how do I generate a letter that has that information? I assumed I would need to copy the info from one table to another to eventually pass it to Word for it to use to generate the letter. Totally wrong?

Help! I have a patient form where their referring doctor is chosen and that ID for the doctor is stored in a variable. When I click "Save record" I need it to copy the data form the ReferringDoctors table (name, address, etc) and copy it to the PatientDetails table in corresponding variables based on which doctor has been chosen. I can't figure it out. Help!

Using Access 2013

Help! I have a patient form where their referring doctor is chosen and that ID for the doctor is stored in a variable. When I click "Save record" I need it to copy the data form the ReferringDoctors table (name, address, etc) and copy it to the PatientDetails table in corresponding variables based on which doctor has been chosen. I can't figure it out. Help!

Using Access 2013

Re-edit: The whole idea here it that I have three separate tables - 1 for the DoctorInfo (just address data), 1 for the PatientInfo (just address data), and 1 for the PatientVisit info (why they came that day). The goal is to be able to click a button on the PatientVisit form to generate a letter in Word that includes the address from the doctor, the patient's address and the information from the patient visit.

So far, I have all the information I need stored in the three tables, but I have no clue how to grab the information to generate the letter. For example if Patient 1 is referred by Doctor A on the current visit, how do I generate a letter that has that information? I assumed I would need to copy the info from one table to another to eventually pass it to Word for it to use to generate the letter. Totally wrong?

    Post Closed as "Needs details or clarity" by Max Vernon, Paul White says GoFundMonica
1
source | link

MS Access: Update data from one table to another based on a choice

Help! I have a patient form where their referring doctor is chosen and that ID for the doctor is stored in a variable. When I click "Save record" I need it to copy the data form the ReferringDoctors table (name, address, etc) and copy it to the PatientDetails table in corresponding variables based on which doctor has been chosen. I can't figure it out. Help!

Using Access 2013