I've got an access DB that I want to set up so that it's easy for non-DB people to enter data into. I'd like to incorporate stuff like dependent dropdown boxes so that if you've selected a particular category in the first box, you can only select from specific subcategories. <BR><BR>I've always just edited the DB itself and don't know much about using forms in access so was about to start figuring them out. Tell me, is there any advantage to using an access form over a straight-up ASP solution? I can envision how to do this in ASP but am not sure if it's a good idea.<BR><BR>Thoughts? Thanks.