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How to Continue running code or macro after SendObject is denied by user?

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Hello all,

Macro generates some tables and then SendObject's them out to users in 2 parts (two different groups of users recving diff tables).  

Basically:
runcoderuncoderuncode
sendobject: tables A&B to users Al & Bob
sendobject: tables A&C to users Cindy & Deb

Is there some way to set this up so that the enduser can reply 'No' to the first sendobject call, and then still have the code continue to move to the 2nd sendobject call?  no matter what i try, whatever code or parent macro has initiated the request gets shut down as soon as user replies "No" to the first sendobject task.

thanks!!
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You'd have more flexibility to do this if you converted your macro to VBA:

Function SendTheTables()
     On Error Resume Next                '**** the simplest way to handle this
     Docmd.sendObject   .....
     docmd.sendobject  .....
end function
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by:new_wes
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ha!  perfect.  

thanks!!
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I'm glad that helped, and hope it helps elsewhere in your applications as well.  Overall, VBA offers you more readable error messages, better error handling, infinitely more flexibility for customized solutions, etc, etc, etc..... than Macros do.
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