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Old April 11th, 2004, 10:41 PM
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Does anyone have the vb code for adding a confirm button after the user has changed data on the form? I have a data saved macro that runs after an update but I want to insert a confirm message prior to activating the "data saved" alert. This would be for an existing record.
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Can I assume you're using unbound forms?
If that's the case, then just write the code before your update statement.

If you're using bound forms, then it's a bit messier, and you'll probably have to end up putting code in all your bound objects' After Update events.

So what's it to be? Bound or unbound?

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The form is bound to the table. The records are inserted and updated through the form. I wanted to add a failsafe Confirm button if changes were made and not correct. I have the macro running prior to the macro that verifies the save but there is no option to cancel. That is what I am missing.
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