By Richard Rost 7 months ago
Use the DoEvents Command to Yield Execution
In this Microsoft Access tutorial I'm going to teach you how to use the DoEvents command inside of a loop to yield execution to the database so that it can do stuff like update the screen and show your user that the database is busy doing something and not necessarily locked up.
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