Requery in Place
By Richard Rost 3 months ago
How to Requery a Continuous Form in Place
In this Microsoft Access tutorial, I'm going to teach you how to requery a continuous form in place so that the data updates but the focus doesn't move. We will use an On Got Focus event with a Me.Recordset.Requery, and I'll also show you how to make a custom edit form with a Close event to do the same thing, but is better for large datasets.
Damaris from Milwaukee, Wisconsin (a Platinum Member) asks: I have a continuous form much like your customer list form, however because I have some aggregate functions in there, it's not updateable. I can made it so I can double click to open up a single form where I can edit records individually but then when I return back to the continuous form the data doesn't update. And if I issue a requery command, it puts me back up at the top of the list. Is there any way to refresh that form and update the data without the focus moving?
Members will learn how to edit data in a non-updateable continuous form in place using one of my secret special tricks. Curious as to what the trick is? Join today!
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