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ISAUTOINCREMENT property of a field

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I've found two EE cases where people asked how to determine if a table field is an Autonumber field. Both answers show how to check the ISAUTOINCREMENT propety of a field. When I try that with Access 2003 I get an error that the property is not found.
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Question by:paulmcneil
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You could try a one liner

If (Currentdb.TableDefs("TableName").Fields("FieldName").Attributes and dbAutoIncrField) > 0 Then
    'Yep - it is one
Else
    'Nope
End If
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