Microsoft access updating

Action ............................................... Arg uments Set Warnings ................................... On = No Open Query................................... View = Datasheet; Data Mode = Edit Set Warnings ..................................... The focus of this article is to show how and where MOSS integrates with Access and how an end user can configure these two products to build a solution.), and a Web-based interface (the browser).While Access has its limits, it is powerful and friendly, especially for those who don't write code for a living.In one spot you get configurable relational tables, simple queries (and complex ones), a drag-and-drop front-end form creator, reports based on the data, and the ability to configure multiple users.Hi, I have a fairly complex database with a main input menu.I update a field in the main input menu that is supposed to be linked to a table, it's a company name.When I change the company name, it does not change in the table.I'm not sure why it isn't updating, can anyone help me?

Moreover, the ease of use and familiar Office technologies will enhance the end user's feeling of empowerment.

So, I prefer Open Query action rather than Run SQL action.

Regards, jon [font=Verdana][size=2]You should not have to do all that.

Queries will run in the background if the correct command syntax is used.

What method (action) are you using to execute your queries in the macro? I use the following Macro Options: Action: Open Query View: Datasheet Data Mode: Edit I would like to have each query saved with a different query name, so that I can modify them easily.

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