Save Calculated Values From Form to Table

How do I store calculated values from form to table without making a query? In few of my fields I have expressions and every time I save it only the data I filled in will be saved in the table but not the calculated ones.

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When I move to a New Record with no data inserted on the Form, my Text Box calculated values show "#TYPE!", obviously because no input variables have been inserted in thedisplayed New Record.

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The second field is a calculated "Acceleration". This value is almost always 0.3*[Base Cost]. I can enter =[Base Cost]*0.3 in the control source for the field in my form and it looks great in the form.but I need this data to save the "Acceleration" value to the record in the table.

A second concern is that occasionally there are deviations from the [Base Cost]*0.3 formula and I need to be able to enter those and have it save to the table.

The same applies to my "Total Cost" field, which is simply =[Base Cost]+[Acceleration].

I put this into the calculated control and it works just fine but doesn't save in the corresponding table.


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Mates!
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here is My Code:
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I'm having a little trouble.

I 've got my form created and the table created and I'm pulling the values that are typed into the form into the table. Most all the values that are typed go directly into the table, butthere are a couple that have to be calculated.

I can get the value calculated, but I can't get it to import into the table, or I can get a value to import directly to the table. But I can get both to work at the same time (this is all for one box).

Here is the expression I use to calculate the value (but this value will not import):
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Ive tried to create forms and reports from the query but the calculated fields wont transfer over.

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The data represents multiple physiological measurements on the same person. Each field (column) is important and the average of the values is central to the data.

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On my form that is displaying the data, I have a calculated field (a number). I want to add a search criteria that says. If calculated field is > "entered_value" Then .

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The second table is used to record many cash flows which are linked to the first table with a one to many relationship.

eg it has an id which is linked to the main form and a fee value that can be added. What I would like to have on the main form is a field that sort through the data in the cashflow table and returns only the values that have corresponding ID in the subform to the ID in the main form, and then sum these values.
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I created the calculated field (text box)and using the expression builder created sum of fields1-5, and it works fine so long as all 5 fields contain a number or $0 in them.

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I keep getting an error message saying "Run-time error '3021: Either BOF or EOF is True, or the current record has been deleted. Requested operation requires a current record


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Action:
User keys data into a Form Control which triggers a VBA event procedure call.
The VBA event uses value of user input to perform several calculations. Result
of each calculation in then placed into proper control (me.NumA = result1
me.NumB = result2.) during the VBA call.

Problem:
Values for calculated controls (NumA, NumB.) do not display on form
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I know the values are properly placed into table because if I reprocess form all the previous calculated data displays correctly (before user even has a chance to perform any entry action)


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I seem to have failed to understand something fairly fundamental. Say I have a query form with 4 fields, height , width , calculated area:[height]*[width] and area:[calculated area]

In the querie's table and also in the querie's form there are only 3 fields, height, width and area. When I enter 3 and 4 in the form, the result 12 appears in the area control on the form as it should.

But when I save the form and then look at the table, the width 3 and the height 4 are saved - but the area 12 is not saved and is blank.

As I say, I seem to have failed to understand something fairly fundamental.

But my real question is this - How do I go about saving the result of a calculated query field into a table in such a way that even if the calculation is subsequently altered, the original result remains recorded in the table unless it is deliberately overwritten by saving a new calculated value? I've been puzzling over this for some time and can't see how to do it. Can anyonehelp me with that?


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I am trying to enter data via a form which has a save button when clicked should record this entry in the associated table.
(The record source for the form is the table).

The problem is, the form is saving only one record, and when I change the values on the form and hit save, it just overwrites the one record in the table.


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I am creating a database for a library. Fines are calculated via a query and are viewed in a form. However, the calculated fine needs to be transferred to a table when the book is checked in because all the original records which are used to calculate the fine are deleted at that point. Can anyone tell me the code to write to place the calculated field from the form into a table? Details are as follows:
Form frmCheckIn has fields Client ID and Fines (fines is the calculated field).
Both of these fields need to be placed into tblFines
I have a command button that deletes the record, but I need find the code which will place ClientID and Fines into the tblFines just prior to the checkout record being deleted