Access 2013

  1. Delete/RI conflict. The primary key record has been deleted by another replica, therefore this referencing record has been ...
  2. Deletes the specified object or, if none is specified, the object currently selected in the Navigation Pane. Access does ...
  3. Deleting field '|1' requires |9 to delete one or more indexes.@If you click Yes, |9 will delete the field and all its indexes.Do ...
  4. Deleting the selected controls will permanently remove filter, grouping, or sort order settings that are based on those controls ...
  5. Deleting the |1 control will permanently remove filter, grouping, or sort order settings that are based on the control from ...
  6. Deleting these sections will also delete all controls in them. You will not be able to undo this action.@Do you want to delete ...
  7. Dependency information cannot be generated because name maps are either missing or outdated. Turn on the Track name AutoCorrect ...
  8. Dependency information cannot be generated because name maps are outdated, and the database is read-only.@2@1@553713744@1 ...
  9. Dependency information needs to be updated before you can view object dependencies. This could take several minutes.@Do you ...
  10. Design changes are not supported for Data Access Pages. @To change the design of a Data Access Page, use Microsoft Access ...
  11. Destination synchronizer is not configured to support indirect synchronronization, and the destination replica is unavailable ...
  12. detects some HTML elements between the banner and the section of your data access page. Saving this page in Access will corrupt ...
  13. did not detect a relationship between the fields you have chosen. @Do you want a relationship to be created for you now?@19@3 ...
  14. did not respond. Either the server does not exist, (!idspnAccessServices_Long) are not enabled on the server, or the server ...
  15. didn't apply the filter.@|9 may not be able to apply the filter if you entered an invalid data type in one of the fields.Do ...
  16. didn't build the filter.@There is an error in the current field. Do you want to close the filter anyway?@If you click Yes, ...
  17. Disabling all connectivity will prevent external programs or reports from accessing the app and may cause other applications ...
  18. Displays a message box containing a warning or informational message. A common use is a message that appears when a validation ...
  19. Displays a message in a dialog box, waits for the user to click a button, and returns an Integer indicating which button ...
  20. Displays a prompt in a dialog box, waits for the user to input text or click a button, and returns a String containing the ...
  21. Displays the database and login information for this connection so that you can use it in (!idspnAccess_NV) and other programs. ...
  22. Do you want to delete all of the selected objects? Deleting these objects will remove them from all groups.@You cannot undelete ...
  23. Do you want to delete the group section for the database object '|' and its contents?@The group header or footer you want ...
  24. Do you want to delete the |1 and empty the Clipboard?@You tried to delete a database object that is currently on the |9 Clipboard. ...
  25. Do you want to delete the |? Deleting this object will remove it from all groups.@For more information on how to prevent ...
  26. Do you want to discard the pending changes and delete the link to the list |?@The linked list you are attempting to delete ...
  27. Do you want to permanently delete all of the selected objects?@If you click Yes, you won't be able to undo the deletion.@20@2 ...
  28. Do you want to permanently delete the selected field(s) and all the data in the field(s)?@To permanently delete the field(s), ...
  29. Do you want to remove the link to the |1?@If you delete the link, you delete only the information |9 uses to open the table, ...
  30. Do you want to save the changes made to the query and update the property?@The RecordSource or RowSource property contained ...
  31. Do you want to save the changes made to the SQL statement and update the property?@The RecordSource or RowSource property ...
  32. Do you want to save the changes made to the SQL Statement and update the text editor?@The Stored Procedure or Function contained ...
  33. Do you want to suppress further error messages telling you why records can't be deleted?@If you click No, a message will ...
  34. Do you want to suppress further error messages telling you why records can't be pasted?@If you click No, a message will appear ...
  35. does not support this operation for Data Access Pages. To perform this operation, use Microsoft Access 2003 or earlier.@1@1 ...
  36. does not support this operation for Data Access Pages. To perform this operation, use Microsoft Office Access 2007 or earlier.@1@1 ...
  37. doesn't allow you to use this method in the current view.@Most methods, including the SetFocus and Requery methods, can't ...
  38. doesn't support the requested property for this type of database object.@The DateCreated and DateModified properties are ...
  39. Don't want to use one of our tables or didn't find what you were looking for? No problem, just {0}add a new blank table{1} ...
  40. Dropping a database requires that no one is currently using the database.@Do you want to close all open objects, and drop ...
  41. Duplicate Item Name@An item with the name | already exists in the Categories list. Specify a different name for the item.@1@1 ...
  42. During the paste or import operation, |9 failed to convert the '|1' module from an earlier version of a |9 database.@Your ...
  43. Each group is uniquely identified by an encoded value generated from the combination of its name and its Group ID, which ...
  44. Each Lookup To Supplier field in the Products table points to a unique supplier ID in the Suppliers table, so you can look ...
  45. Each user is uniquely identified by an encoded value generated from the user name and PID. The PID is a unique alphanumeric ...
  46. Each variation of record data will be assigned a new unique AutoNumber field value by the wizard. However, records that really ...
  47. Either an object bound to table '|' is open or another user has the table open. Do you want to open the table as read-only?@To ...
  48. Either the Internet is very slow or there is some problem in the replication manager setup on the internet server machine. ...
  49. Either the table or query you selected doesn't have enough valid fields to provide data for a chart or the fields can't be ...
  50. encountered an error synchronizing the HTML from the Microsoft Script Editor.@Please check the HTML for syntax errors and ...
  51. encountered an unexpected error while attempting to recover from a failed save (or send).@Your data access page may not be ...
  52. encountered errors while converting the data.@The contents of fields in |1 record(s) were deleted.Do you want to proceed ...
  53. encountered one or more errors during conversion. To view a summary of these errors, open the '|1' table.@2@1@553714191@1 ...
  54. Enter a filter to apply. This can be a query or a filter saved as a query. Use a filter to restrict and/or sort the records ...
  55. Enter a number or expression for the record to go to (if you select Go To in the Record argument) or the number of records ...
  56. Enter an expression that will be used to set the value for this item.You should not precede the expression with an equal ...
  57. Enter an expression that will be used to set the value for this local variable. You should not precede the expression with ...
  58. Enter an expression that will be used to set the value for this temporary variable.You should not precede the expression ...
  59. Enter an expression that will be used to set the value for this variable. You should not precede the expression with an equal ...
  60. Enter an expression that will stop the macro when it evaluates to false. Use this with Repeat Count to run a macro repeatedly ...
  61. Enter an integer value, starting from 0, for the index of the desired command in the selected menu. The index is relative ...
  62. Enter an integer value, starting from 0, for the index of the desired menu in the current custom menu bar. The index is relative ...
  63. Enter an integer value, starting from 0, for the index of the desired subcommand in a submenu, if the command has a submenu. ...
  64. Enter an SQL WHERE clause or expression that determines which record to search for. Click the Build button to use the Expression ...
  65. Enter an SQL WHERE clause or expression that restricts the table, form, or report's records. Click the Build button to use ...
  66. Enter an SQL WHERE clause or expression that restricts the table, form, or report's records. Click the Build button to use ...
  67. Enter an SQL WHERE clause or expression that restricts the view's records. Click the Build button to use the Expression Builder ...
  68. Enter an SQL WHERE clause or expression that selects records for the form from its underlying table or query. Click the Build ...
  69. Enter an SQL WHERE clause or expression that selects records for the report from its underlying table or query. Click the ...
  70. Enter or select the macro to run. The list shows all macros in the current database. Enter or select a macrogroupname.macroname ...
  71. Enter or select the name of the object to close. The list shows all current database objects of the type selected with the ...
  72. Enter or select the name of the object to save. The list shows all current database objects of the type selected with the ...
  73. Enter or select the specific object that contains the record to make current The list shows all database objects of the type ...
  74. Enter or select the specific object that contains the record to search for. The drop-down list shows all database objects ...
  75. Enter or select the specific object to copy. The list shows all objects in the database of the type selected with the Object ...