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Larry Foley       
2 months ago
The Error is: "Update or CancelUpdate without AddNew or Edit".
I have simple code attached to a textbox AfterUpdate Event. The code assigns a value to the textbox. The code runs as expected without any problem.
However (there's always a However) I also have code to duplicate a record using a series of DoCmd.RunCommand statements. This code has been running fine for a few years until I added the textbox AfterUpdate subroutine. The last statement is DoCmd.RunCommand acCmdPaste. After acPaste, Access cycles through all of the code attached to different controls in the form. When it gets to the textbox AfterUpdate code, I get the error. Statements assigning values to variables in the subroutine run. The statement assigning a variable to the textbox on the form gives the error, but only during the Duplicate Record sequence. I can provide the simple code if anyone is interested.
In General, it would be interesting to know the sequence of events that Access executes "behind the scenes" in different events. I was not able to find this on Google. Thanks,
Sami Shamma             
2 months ago
please send that portion of the code.
Larry Foley       
2 months ago

Larry Foley       
2 months ago
I wrote comments with the code. If you want a Word or Note file, please let me know.

On another note: There were other incidents where errors were generated when a form opens and there was no way of seeing where the problem was. Would Mr. Rost make a video explaining the "behind the scenes" sequence that Access executes when a form opens.  Thanks again.
Richard Rost            
2 months ago
Hi Larry, I've got several videos that go over in detail what events fire and in what order. For example, in the Access Advanced Level 1 Lesson 4, I cover all of the different form opening events.
Richard Rost            
2 months ago

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