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    Syla is offline Novice
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    Only can edit one row of data

    In my view I can only edit data for one row which then makes all the rows the same - for example i for employee no 1 i want to change their surname to Rose but when I do that all other employee surnames also change to Rose and when I try to change the second row to something else it says another user has modified the data and won't let me edit it further. Please Help

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    Bob Fitz is offline Access Developer
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    Are you having this problem on the same form that you needed help with in the following link: https://www.accessforums.net/showthread.php?t=80057
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    Syla is offline Novice
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    Unfortunately this is a different issue

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    Bob Fitz is offline Access Developer
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    Quote Originally Posted by Syla View Post
    Unfortunately this is a different issue
    But is it the same form
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    Syla is offline Novice
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    Yes it is the same form but now I tried to redo my query and I pulled all the employee details id full name address phone number but then I want another few columns from a different table like occupation etc to be blank for the employee to fill out but when I add the new table called occupation then no records show anymore like no details at all if I delete the occupation table all the employee details show.

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    Bob Fitz is offline Access Developer
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    What is the relationship between the two tables that you have joined in your query.
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    Syla is offline Novice
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    no relationship

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