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Supress Action Failed on Cancel of Append Query Dialog Prompt

Supress Action Failed on Cancel of Append Query Dialog Prompt

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Hi All,

Is there anyway to instruct a MS Access (2002) application how to respond to a user pressing cancel from an Append Query criteria dialog prompt? The Append Query is executed from a macro.

When the users press Cancel now, they receive an Action Failed window. Would prefer the Action Failed window did not appear in this instance.

Thank you,
LP

RE: Supress Action Failed on Cancel of Append Query Dialog Prompt

Thanks for including which version you're using. Is there an error number with the message?

RE: Supress Action Failed on Cancel of Append Query Dialog Prompt

Oh, obviously:
On Error GoTo Err_Command0_Click in the on click code before the rest of the code

at the end
Err_Command0_Click:
Resume Exit_Command0_Click

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