MS Access Many to Many Relationship Updatable Recordset

I have a query with 2 tables. When the relationship is 1 to many, the recordset is updatable and life is peachy.
When the relationship is many to many, it now tells me that it is not updatable.

Technically I do not need to update anything from table #2. I am pulling in 1 field from that table so that I can have a "flag" on the record to let the user know that something exists in table #2 for that record. Since my Access form is datasheet, I use Conditional Formatting to make it RED when something exists. The problem is that now that I am adding Table #2 to the query, the recordset is not updatable. So, we cannot make changes in the form.

Any ideas how I might either fix the problem or work around it?
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
try setting the Form's  Recordset Type to Dynaset (Inconsistent Updates)

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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1)Commented:
see this LINK for more information
GenesisTechAuthor Commented:

Awesome. I do not know why I have never heard that, but it worked like a charm. Even at the query level.

Thanks a bunch!
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