Updating records in ms access
If no rows are displayed, that means no row fits your criteria, and nothing will be changed. This displays all the rows from the target table that will be affected by the change.
The code below opens a recordset taken from a table in the current database on a query or attached table Access defaults the Type property to db Open Dynaset.For this reason it is safer to just generally stick to db Open Dynaset.To add a new record a recordset has to be be available.This will allow you to link your form to your subform, thus allowing your subform to automatically refresh whenever you change the record in the form.Click on the button with the three dots to the right of the property called "Link Child Fields". Next, select the fields that you'll use to link your subform to your form.
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However, Access kept giving me the syntax error message shown below.