Use TextBox to filter list box

ccordner

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I am trying to create a Google-style search, where a user can search a list of locations either by location name, numeric code, or text abbreviation.

I've set the listbox row source as the query that contains these fields, and I've tried the following in the Expression Builder but it doesn't seem to do anything. Any ideas what I'm doing wrong? I don't have a lot of experience with access.

Thanks
Chris.
 

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ccordner

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Solved it thanks - I used lstOrigin.RowSource = and used SQL to filter.
 

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