Microsoft Access 2007 – Code for connecting two related forms, bringing up same record?

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Microsoft Access 2007
:sigh: My database suddenly requires me to have my forms appear as read-only's (since my employees are too stupid to NOT going flailing around, typing madly for no reason). However, we still need to be able to edit the information. I've created a second form, mirroring the original, to be my edit form. My problem is, I have no idea what equation to put in my macro, or wherever else, that, when in say record "3", you can click the "edit" button, and it should take you to the new edit form, and present immediately with the same record you were viewing in the last (record "3"). Make sense? And I hope I didn't just bomb this little motion, but I have created this new form, and when I try to open it, I get the "enter parameter value" box. Once my info comes through will this be fixed? Thanks for your help!

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Wiki, I don’t have an anwer to your question but I am certainly glad I don’t work for you. You sound like a jerk when you call your employees “stupid”. Just saying.

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  • KabirNawaz
    I have to move a records from one table to another more randomly, not all in one. I have tried append query but it does not work. Please suggest me how I am supposed to do that. Regards
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