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access 97: multi user and do lookup functions

i currently have a multi-user database called CP for users to execute
function for a specified account. there are 18 accounts with a 1000
loans each.
the code is executed when the user checks the [CreatedMoved] check box
for a specific loan and then clicks the Start button.

what i would like to do is to block other users from interferring with
the current list of loans within the the specificed account#1 by not
allowing other users to check the [CreatedMoved] check box when
account#1 is running the function. would i need to do a lookup
function on the main table to see whether or not the [CreatedMoved]
field equals = -1 for the specified loan?

just to let you know the set up of the database: the cp database is
set up with linked tables on the server (CP back end database) and
front end database on the users' c drive.

i hope i made some sense. any advise would be appreciated.
thanks in advance,
Nov 12 '05 #1
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