Turning off warning message when running query



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Turning off warning message when running query

Postby U2Vla2VyRmFu » Thu, 02 Jul 2009 03:43:01 GMT

I currently have a macro set up in the "Close Form" button that will run an 
Append Query.  Is there a way to shut off the Warning message about updating 
records if there are no records to update?  I'm trying to make sure my users 
won't be confused by this as they will only have read-only access to this 

RE: Turning off warning message when running query

Postby S0FSTCBERVdFWQ » Thu, 02 Jul 2009 06:02:01 GMT

Use the macro action SetWarnings to turn it off and then again to turn it on.

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