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How to Remove the Popup Message box when running Action Queries
Posted: 17 Feb 04
I have seen this same question asked many times. How can I get rid of that annoying Popup box that tells me I am inserting records into the table.
There are two ways to do this.
The first is thru VBA. To turn off the message box put the following code before you run the SQL statement.
After the SQL statement put this code:
That will eliminate the annoying popup box everytime.
The second is thru the access options.
Then click on the Edit/Find tab and where it says Confirm uncheck the check boxes.
That should take care of removing those annoying pop up boxes
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