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Automatic form update

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When you create a form based on a table via access 2007 wizard, form will update when moving from field that has changed to another field within form. Each loss of focus in "changed" fields causes update to fire. I have a subform that performed this way until recently. Now you can make changes in a number of fields and subform will not update until the subform itself looses focus. How do I get this back? Is this an event of the form that is hidden? I cannot find parameter that has changed.

Feb 15 '08 #1
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What exactly are you referring to as "update" and how are you determing that the record has been updated, i.e. saved?

Anything is possible, I suppose, but I can't imagine in all the tons of articles I've read on the new features of ACC2007 that no one would mention this big of a change from previous versions. Does the same thing occur if you create a form without the wizard?

Linq ;0)>
Feb 15 '08 #2

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