troubleshooting Question

Access 2010 SetWarnings in menu?

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Warren_RFlag for Australia asked on
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Hi, this seems like a stupid question but:
- I have taken over from another developer.
- I use his machine, but with my own logon.
- In the main DB in use, his logon supresses Access warnings, but mine does not.
- I don't want to change anything including adding SetWarnings = fase to any procedures.

So my question is, why does his profile supress warnings, but mine does not? Can I switch this off within the settings of Access and not change anything in code?

Thanks, Warren
DatabaseMX (Joe Anderson - Former Microsoft Access MVP)
Database Architect / Application Developer

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