Open Table to Record
By Richard Rost 30 days ago
Open MS Access Table to Specific Record Access
In this Microsoft Access tutorial, I'm going to teach you how to make a button to open a table to a specific record using the FindRecord command and 2 lines of VBA code.
Carter from Westminster, California (a Gold Member) asks: Sometimes, as a developer, I want to make myself a button here and there to just open up a table and go to a specific record. It's not something that I would give my end users, because I know you say not to let them work with anything but forms, but sometimes, just for me, this makes my job easier. Like, if I want to edit a product and I don't want to set up a full product form, that kind of thing. I've got a lot of supplemental tables where I don't necessarily want to have to build forms for them all.
There is no extended cut, but here is the database download:
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