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Input SendKeys in a MS Access 2007 Macro to press the enter key

Good Morning,
I have a macro that runs several queries, to initially update a table based on user input and then add the records from that table to another table.

The update and append queries generate about 6 requirements to click "Enter" as we are updating and appending tables.  My question(s) is (Are)

What is the best way to make this one smooth operation?

Is there a way to inject the Enter key at the appropriate time? (with some delay built in)
Is there a way to suppress the verification messages so the actions just take place?

Do I need both functions?
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fasteddie565

8/22/2022 - Mon
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That was it, thanks
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Quick and easy. Thanks Peter57r
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