Access - disengage pop-up notifications - append to not working

I have a database that I am automating with macros. I am able to disengage/turn off all the pop-up notifications except for one that appears to notify that the user will not be able to append all rows to a table that is a table with only the field names and a defined primary key (I do this for the de-dup process).

Please offer a way to disengage the one pop-up that indicates the user cannot append all records.

Thank you.
exp vgAsked:
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PatHartmanCommented:
This would be easier with VBA.  You could use the DAO .execute statement and it will suppress error messages if you want.

How are you turning warnings off?

Also, make absolutely, positively certain that you turn the warnings back on.  Leaving warnings off is dangerous to your health as a developer.  I've seen programmers ready to commit suicide because they forgot to turn warnings back on and Access quietly discarded hours worth of work because they forgot to explicitly save before closing an object.
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exp vgAuthor Commented:
Thank you. The intent is to create a db for end users, that I can then leave free standing except for minor modifications from time to time.

Can you please offer what the VBA code is?

Thanks
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