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Updating records in access

There is nothing special about creating a delete query.

In this tutorial I create a table with the following fields: I created the following form: Add the following code before the (Public Class Form1) line: Private Sub Save Button_Click(By Val sender As System. NETDisplay Access Table Records in Data Grid View - Visual Basic . NETDisplaying Data in a Chart / Graph - Visual Basic . Text & "' Dim cmd As Ole Db Command = New Ole Db Command(str, my Connection) Try cmd. NET Visual Basic Tutorials System Tray - Notification Area - Visual Basic . NETExport Data Grid View Data To Excel - Visual Basic . NETVisual Basic Tutorials Write and Read Excel 20 file - Visual Basic . NET Validate Email Address Using Regex in Visual Basic .Delete queries are useful, not only because they can be linked to a button on a form, thereby automating the deletion process, but also because they are much quicker than manually deleting the records in an open table.Yes, if you use a different name each time you will have to change the file name in the update query.

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You might instead create a VBA procedure that automated Excel from Access, and let's you use DAO or ADO to update the appropriate record.

It's not a subject for the total novice to consider, but if you have some VBA skills, it opens up some additional options for move data between Excel and Access.

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Hi, Please I have two tables -say Table A and Table B.

The button will then function perform the required task. Description Resume Exit_Btn_Del_Bkgs_Click An update query will amend data in existing records. For example a series of telephone numbers in a Customers table, may need to be updated with new area codes.