You also can use grid controls to enable users to edit table records.
In end-user documentation, grid controls are referred to as detail areas.
However, since I still needed it to work within the cursor, I had to keep digging, and finally found the four-part syntax would do the trick.
So the query instead became: I don't think you need the final "WHERE" clause.
They have the same PK in a one-to-one relationship. When I perform an identical update from SQL Server 2000, the change is successful.
I want to use Access 2000 so that I can construct user-friendly forms.
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