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settings warnings on not working

Posted on 2013-06-10
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I have seen this before and cannot understand what is happening.

In this db the warnings seem to be turned off. They were on an hour ago but something happened.

I have tried putting them back on using DoCmd.SetWarnings = True but with no success.

How can I put them back on?
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Question by:Shawn
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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE ) earned 500 total points
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When you change some items/options, you must sometimes restart your database. Have you tried that?

Also, be sure that your machines are fully up to date regarding Windows and Office updates.
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maybe you used a code which changed your:
Access Options > "client settings" (see picture attached),
make sure the 3 confirmation checkboxes are ticked:

confirmation ticks
jaffer
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by:Shawn
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>>When you change some items/options, you must sometimes restart your database. Have you tried that?

I just rebooted the pc and that did the trick. Strange.
thx.
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