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    How Do I Delete the Query Warnings? (Access 2000)

    How could I get rid of the warnings that come up when you run a query? I'm talking about the messages like..."You are about to run an update query that will modify data in your table"...and..."You are about to update xxx row(s)". If you can't delete those, can you change them to say something else? I would prefer to delete them, though...for the user.

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    Re: How Do I Delete the Query Warnings? (Access 2000)

    This is a user-level setting. If a user dislikes this, (s)he can turn it off in the Edit/Find tab of Tools | Options...; the frame labeled Confirm contains check boxes for turning various confirmations on/off.

    If you run an action query in code, you can insert DoCmd.SetWarnings False before, and DoCmd.SetWarnings True after the line that executes the query.

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    Re: How Do I Delete the Query Warnings? (Access 2000)

    Check <post#=336575>post 336575</post#> for Charlotte's solution.

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