Working with an unbound grid of controls
Now this isn’t a technique that you’d use very often but it can come in handy sometimes. This particular poster want to create a set of 9 x 9 data entry controls which looked like the paper form and the sample tray. So yes it’s unnormalized and awkward to work with. See One (probably unbound) Access 2003 form to create multiple records. The key thing to make life easier for you the developer though, in my opinion <smile>, is my comment which shows how you can use a Do loop or subroutine arguments to refer to controls.
Me.Controls("ControlName" & Row & column)