Multi-User Environment Manage write access for shared documents in a multi-user environment. Users share a file when they have loaded the same file from the same location.
Less You can use the SetWarnings macro action to turn system messages on or off in Access desktop databases. Setting The SetWarnings macro action has the following argument. Action argument Description Warnings On Specifies whether system messages are displayed.
Click Yes to turn on system messages or No to turn off system messages in the Warnings On box in the Action Arguments section of the macro design window. The default is No. Remarks You can use this action to prevent modal warnings and message boxes from stopping the macro.
However, error messages are always displayed. Also, Access displays any dialog boxes that require input other than just choosing a button such as OK, Cancel, Yes, or No — for example, any dialog box that requires you to enter text or select one of several options.
Typically, an OK or Yes button is chosen in response to the warning or message. When the macro finishes, Access automatically turns the display of system messages back on. Often, you'll use this action with the Echo macro action, which hides the results of a macro until it's finished. You can use the SetWarnings macro action to hide the warnings and message boxes as well.
Although the SetWarnings macro action can simplify interactions with macros, you must be careful about turning system messages off.
In some situations, you won't want to continue a macro if a certain warning message is displayed. Unless you're confident of the outcome of all macro actions, you should avoid using this action.
Expand your Office skills.A SOLIDWORKS macro is a shortcut to a task you perform repeatedly in SOLIDWORKS library features and macros for SOLIDWORKS.
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Nov 15, · When I was developing Access macros in prior versions of Access, I could use SetWarnings On to Yes or No.
I can't find this in Access I'm running a macro with 44 update queries and for each one I get two or three annoying message boxes telling me what's about to happen and I have to click Yes on each one to proceed.
Mar 27, · Are you talking about the file menu within the vault? Because this is the category you have this thread under. Have you tried shutting down the service, restarting the Reviews: 8.
Contents. New Macro.
You can create a new macro from the Macro toolbar or the Tools menu and then program the macro in a macro editing application.. Record/Pause Macro.
You can record operations performed with the SOLIDWORKS user interface and replay them with SOLIDWORKS macros. Read/Write Status. To set the status for a part or assembly document: Click File > Make Read-Only or File > Get Write Access.
To set the status for an assembly component: Right-click a component in the FeatureManager design tree or in the graphics area and select Make Read-Only or Get Write Access.
Mar 24, · Yes collaboration is turned on. I just don't see get write access option anywhere in Reviews: 3.