By Richard Rost 11 months ago
Working with Dirty Records in Microsoft Access
In this Microsoft Access tutorial, I'm going to teach you what dirty records are and how to avoid certain problems that come up with them. For example, if you try to open up a form with related information and the parent form is dirty you might not get what you were expecting.
Members will learn how to create an undo button that is only active when the record is dirty. We will then also make a prompt to ask the user if they want to save changes when a record is edited. We will use the dirty property, the undo method and the before and after update events.
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