By Richard Rost 19 months ago
Editing Records in Multi-Table Forms in Access
In this video, we're going to discuss the best way to edit data in a form that is based on fields from multiple tables.
Lina from St. Petersburg, Florida (a Platinum Member) asks: I've got a form based on a query with 4 different tables in it. It seems like whenever I make changes to one of the fields, strange things happen. Sometimes I can't add a new record. Sometimes I get an error message. Sometimes I think I'm editing one field and I end up changing 3 other things. What am I doing wrong?
Members will see how to safely allow the user to edit fields in a form based on multiple tables by warning the user and asking if they're sure. We'll also see how to quickly open up another form to edit related data.
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