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Power Tipster Justin Farrell has posted a new Access tip on his blog, showing how to create and execute an update query by using a form and a small amount of Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) code. After following his tip, you'll be able to update a large number of records just by opening a form, typing or selecting a couple of values, and then clicking Update! See Justin's post here.
Justin Farrell is a freelance Access developer and offers more tips at his Access Tips Blog, as well as a great Access 2007 Tutorial.
Here's a related paper I wrote on Dealing with Non-Updateable Queries and the Use of Temporary Tables in Microsoft Access. Useful when you get the error message: This Recordset is not updateable.
Hope this helps.
Thanks for the comment and the additional info, Luke!
Nice post Chris.
How about having a Rollback/Undo button the changes. It will throw open the possibilities of enhancing the form