Disable AutoSave Subform
By Richard Rost 5 months ago
Disable Automatic Record Saving in a Subform
In this Microsoft Access tutorial we will talk about disabling AutoSave and prompting the user to save changes in records in a subform.
A couple of weeks ago, I released a video called Disable AutoSave where I showed you how to use a Before Update event to ask the user if they want to save changes to the current record. This works perfectly fine for single forms with one record, however a ton of you asked me if there was a way to get this to work with a subform containing continuous forms. The answer is yes, and I will discuss it in this video.
Members will learn how to have the database prompt one time only for any number of edits made to the detail items, not once per item. It involves a lot more code, but it's so worth it.
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