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Can't Edit Records Using a Form

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Hello,

On one of the forms of an in-house Access application (developer
unavailable), user input is notaccepted on the textbox controls of the
form.

Note that none of the suggestions in the Help Topic "Troubleshoot
editing data in a field in Datasheet or Form view" apply; that is:

Only one field is an AutoNumber field.
None of the fields are calculating fields.
None of the fields are disabled or locked.
Nor are the records locked by another user or process.
The form's AllowEdits property is set to Yes
and the Enabled property of the controls is set to Yes.

I would appreciate Any idea on what could cause the form to not
respond to user input? Thanks in advance for any help or suggestions.

David
Nov 12 '05 #1
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Hi David,

How about:
The form is bound to a query that is not updatable
?

On 13 Jan 2004 20:52:09 -0800, ke******@yahoo.com (David Kevorsky)
wrote:
Hello,

On one of the forms of an in-house Access application (developer
unavailable), user input is notaccepted on the textbox controls of the
form.

Note that none of the suggestions in the Help Topic "Troubleshoot
editing data in a field in Datasheet or Form view" apply; that is:

Only one field is an AutoNumber field.
None of the fields are calculating fields.
None of the fields are disabled or locked.
Nor are the records locked by another user or process.
The form's AllowEdits property is set to Yes
and the Enabled property of the controls is set to Yes.

I would appreciate Any idea on what could cause the form to not
respond to user input? Thanks in advance for any help or suggestions.

David


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Nov 12 '05 #2

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