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Re: Access 2007 Does Not Confirm Design Changes

 
 
Adam Simpson
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      17th Dec 2009
There is probably some code that has run that sets the warnings to off and
does not set them back on.
Ctrl G to the immediate window and type the following

docmd.SetWarnings -1

Then test saving

Adam

"lastjackal1 via AccessMonster.com" <u56450@uwe> wrote in message
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> Using Access 2007 working on databases made using ver 2003. After making a
> design change to anything (table, query, form, report), Access does not
> ask
> if I want to save the changes, it just saves them. This seems to happen
> only
> when working with databases that were originally created in earlier
> versions
> of Access, i.e., if I make a new database using Access 2007 (saved in mdb
> format) it asks for confirmation before saving changes. Does anyone no why
> this is happening or how to get it to function correctly?
>
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> http://www.accessmonster.com/Uwe/For...esign/200912/1
>



 
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