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Posted on 2011-03-14
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hello,
access 2003
when I update a table- delete a table- I am not seeing messages I usually see that say"Do you wnat to delete? do you want to update or you are about update 192 row- etc....
is there a setting I can check or something to get messages back on.
thank you
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Rey Obrero earned 500 total points
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go to
tools> options > edit/find > confirm options
check Action queries


also, you may have set this command, in vba

docmd.setwarnings false

and did not provide a line to turn it back on

docmd.setwarnings true
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by:davetough
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i may have set warning to false a couple of days ago in a database- - do I have to find that database to get warnings back on?- thank you
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back on- thanks-
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