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How to check the Application SetOption in Microsoft Access

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Hello All,
I have this form and Onload I want it to check to see if the
following is set to False:

Application.SetOption "Confirm Record changes"
Application.SetOption "Confirm Document deletions"
Application.SetOption "Confirm Action queries"

I tried to use the standard if statement but I get an error right
away. I want to know if there is a proper format for checking the
condition of those options.
Nov 12 '05 #1
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Hello All,
I have this form and Onload I want it to check to see if the
following is set to False:

Application.SetOption "Confirm Record changes"
Application.SetOption "Confirm Document deletions"
Application.SetOption "Confirm Action queries"


Use Application.GetOption maybe?

Mike MacSween
Nov 12 '05 #2

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