Access Best practise for updating linked table in ms sql server

There is an access db that has a table called [range1]. There is an identical table [range2] in sql server as well.
I set up the sql server as a linked odbc in my access.
 I have a query that clears linked range2 table and copies all data from the [access] range1 table into that odbc linked table [range2].
How do I set up an trigger event so that anytime the table is updated or the database is closed, that macro runs to update sql server range 2 from range1 access table. For example – is an on close event for access application? That I can use here? Or any best practice that you gurus yourself use?

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So, it is not a linked table. It is an imported table. What you should do is to create a linked table in Access. Then all the changes made in Access will be ulimately done agains the SQL server table.
To do this do the following. Rename your Access range1 table to range3 (as a backup). Open MS Access External Data->ODBC dialog and select the option to "link". Locate your range2 table in the SQL database. When access creates the link the table will have a globe icon. Its name will most like be [dbo_range2]. Select it and press <F2> to rename. Rename it to range1. Now you have a proper linked table. When you modify a record in this table the modification will be against the SQL server range2 table.
Gustav BrockCIOCommented:
You could have a form open - hidden if you have no purpose for it.

In the OnUnload event of this, call an update query that copies from your local Range1 to your linked Range2 table.


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