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Default Automatic updation in subform

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 how can i stop automatic updation in a subform.i created a sub form with bounded text boxes.and i inserted taht in my main form with datasheet view.while entering the data with out me asking for saving teh records ,it is getting saving automatically .how can i stop it?
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Disconnect them, use a snapshot of the data in your subform, and then make the updates programatically. I think.


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