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TechNet has just published a new Access 2010 Resources page full of information about migrating, deploying and securing Access 2010 databases. Learn how to plan and implement an Access Services site, and get links to developer resources, training, videos, and how-to articles. Definitely a good one to add to your Favorites!
I can't set warnings to "No" when developing a macro. Why it has disappeared from macro actions?????
@Rona, The SetWarnings Macro Action is still there, but since it is not compatible with Access Services, it is only available in a "client" macro. Also, you must have the "Show All Actions" button selected on the Design tab. In Access 2010, if you are designing a web database, you create a client macro by doing the following: 1. On the Create tab, in the Macros & Code group, click Client Objects, and then click Macro.
2. Click Show All Actions, and then the SetWarnings macro action should be available in the Action Catalog. Keep in mind, though, that a client macro can only be run when the database is open in Access (not while you're running a published database in the browser). Hope this helps. Chris
I am getting blank pages in my report because "a section is larger than the page". Can you point me to what I need to change?
The Access 2010 ressource page is a very interresting starting point for every one. Thanks to all for providing these information.