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Posted on 2014-12-11
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I have a query that I used to pull info from two tables.  The query is a simple query and I can edit the query once I run it.  The problems happens when I try to pull the info from the qery into a form.  I am unable to do any data entry??  I am not sure what I am doing wrong.  Help
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In the form design, goto the properties, and choose the data tab. In the Recordset type choose dataset (Inconsistent Updates)


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Make sure you are using the correct query as the form's RecordSource.

The recordsetType should be Dynaset although in some rare cases you might need to use - Dynaset (Inconsistent Updates).  Snapshot recordsets are NOT updateable.

Check the "Allow" properties on the Data tab of the form's Property Sheet to make sure that you have allowed edits.
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Those are checked and still having issues.  Thanks for your help
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