Using Variables In A Form To Reference Table Field Names

I am working on an form (using Access 2000 and VBA) that stores registration information, along with events that were attending, in a table and later retrieves that same information from the table to display the regist. info, events attended, and allows the user to change any current info along with adding new/recently attended events to each record.
I am currently allowing a max of six events, along with event details, to be stored and I am running through six different if statements to match the Event_List (name of the combo box that contains "Event 1 Event 2...Event 6") to the appropreiate information in the table. I have started to simplify the code to remove the redundancy by running a Do While to to find the correct Event by using an integer variable that starts at 1 and is incremented until it matches the 7th character (the number portion) of the Event chosen from the Event_List. After this I want to use that integer variable to say what event information in the table to gather. My problem is this: I have tried many different varieties of the following code and I am unable to make it work. I had never used Access up until a week and a half ago, and a few days ago I went and bought the book "Access VBA Programming for Dummies" but it doesn't help for this problem. Here's part of the code:

Variables (Event_Name, PMT, Receipt, Payment_Type, PIF) refer to Form textboxes while the variables in the [] refer to table field names.

'------Code I'm Currently Working On-------
Dim intX As Integer
Dim EventVal As Integer
Dim strX As String

intX = 1
EventVal = Val(Mid(Event_List, 7, 1))
Do While EventVal <> intX And intX < 6
intX = intX + 1
Loop

strX = str(intX)
Dim E_Name As String
Event_Name = [Event strX ]
PMT = [PMT strX]
Receipt = [Receipt strX]
Payment_Type = [Payment Type strX]
PIF = [Paid In Full strX]

'-----Old Code That I'm trying to simplify-------
If Event_List = "Event 1" Then
Event_Name = [Event 1]
PMT = [PMT 1]
Receipt = [Receipt 1]
Payment_Type = [Payment Type 1]
PIF = [Paid In Full 1]
Camp_Site = [Camp Site 1]
Cabin_Number = [Cabin Number 1]
ElseIf Event_List = "Event 2" Then
Event_Name = [Event 2]
PMT = [PMT 2]
Receipt = [Receipt 2]
Payment_Type = [Payment Type 2]
PIF = [Paid In Full 2]
Camp_Site = [Camp Site 2]
Cabin_Number = [Cabin Number 2]
ElseIf Event_List = "Event 3" Then
Event_Name = [Event 3]
PMT = [PMT 3]
Receipt = [Receipt 3]
Payment_Type = [Payment Type 3]
PIF = [Paid In Full 3]
Camp_Site = [Camp Site 3]
Cabin_Number = [Cabin Number 3]

PLEASE HELP!!!!

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