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Access 2013 - Word Merge issue and temporary query pop-up

Access 2013 - Word Merge issue and temporary query pop-up

Access 2013 - Word Merge issue and temporary query pop-up

We recently reconfigured our Access 2007 database to run a word merge off one of the database queries. We open the database in Access 2013. Since we have done this, every time a user runs a merge, the database prompts the user to choose the query or a temporary query to run. Is there a way to no longer have this appear and the query to run automatically without a decision-making process?

A snapshot of the prompt is attached. We believe this is the typical result of a Microsoft Products making temp files and maybe there is a preference we need to change in the database as far as saving temporary files.

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