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Not able to add new Record in form

Not able to add new Record in form

Not able to add new Record in form

I am using Access 2013
I have a form for employees that contain name, badge #, email, rank, division, unit, extension, voice mail, cell #, auth code, classification. I have it linked to an external excel document where I keep their cell phone numbers.
I am not able to add new record within the form.
I am able to add a new record within the table though.
I believe it could be a join issue or a relationship issue?
I have attached a screen shot of the relationships.

I am self taught for access, so I'm sure I have missed some steps.

Thank you.

RE: Not able to add new Record in form

Because of the link to Cell Assignments the query is not updateable. You could add a subform for Cell info.

RE: Not able to add new Record in form

Thank you. I created a subform instead and can now add records.

RE: Not able to add new Record in form


You should consider clicking the "Great post!" link in MajP's reply to identify this thread as complete while giving kudos to MajP.

Hook'D on Access
MS Access MVP 2001-2016

RE: Not able to add new Record in form

Thank you - an oversight on my part. Gave MajP and star.

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