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Ms access add record to table via unbound text box


Ms access add record to table via unbound text box

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sdhanpaul (10/28/2012)
Okay,

after thinking long and hard as to how I will go about doing this, I decided that I will use ADP file to creat stuff, stored procedures especially and use ACCDB files as user front end. ...

A bit late to chime in, but you might not be aware that ADP applications are not supported in the next version of Access - see http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc178954(v=office.15).aspx for the details. And I agree with ProofOfLife about the issues with using ADP - we never use them.

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