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    Perfac is offline Competent Performer
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    Append query creates an extra record.

    I have an append query named y1CompareTablesAdd. When I append it manually it works fine. There must be a problem with the VBA in the module. When the module activate the VBA it creates an extra record. What is strange is the table it appends to has an autonumber ID field, and also the append query does not display the extra record before appending. On the image it can be seen, I think it is got something to do with the line starting with InsertInto.
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    Ajax is offline VIP
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    when providing code snippets, please copy/paste the code and use the code tags to preserve formatting. By using screenshots of code you make it difficult for responders to help you because they have to retype everything.

    As it is you are deleting from one table, inserting to another, then inserting to the table you just deleted from. So I don't see an extra record in the other table - only the one you inserted

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