I have a subform linked to the main form by a field "UniqueID". On the subform the User can click on the navigation buttons and create a new record without even knowing he did. To prevent this automatic new record creation from occurring I set the following:
I set the subform to AllowAdditions "NO" on the property sheet.
I then added a button using the wizard to Add a new record and as expected
it does not allow me to add a new record because AllowAdditions is set to "No".
In vba code how do I change the property of the subform from AllowAdditions "No" to AllowAdditions "yes" before I can add a nerw record.
If there is a better way to prevent the user from clicking on the navigation buttons and creating a new record wothout knowing he did, please advise me how to do this. I will still need a "Add New Record Button" for the user to create a new record when he really wants to.
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