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Warning dialog box not appearing when executing delete or update query

Posted on 2014-11-07
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I am using MS Access 2010. Typically, a dialog box warning indicating the number of records that will be affected appears when executing an update or delete query. However, I am working with a database that is now showing these warnings when executing these types of queries. The query runs (successfully) as soon as the Run button is clicked.

How can I turn this feature back on?
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DoCmd.SetWarnings = true

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DoCmd.SetWarnings = False
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go to File > Options > Client Settings
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Thanks for the solutions. I was looking for the File>Option setting, but both solutions are pertinent.
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