Access 2013

  1. Enter or select the specific object to delete. The list shows all current database objects of the type selected with the ...
  2. Enter or select the specific object to output. The list shows all current database objects of the type selected with the ...
  3. Enter or select the specific object to rename. The list shows all objects of the type selected with the Object Type argument. ...
  4. Enter or select the specific object to repaint. The list shows all current database objects of the type selected with the ...
  5. Enter or select the specific object to send. The list shows all current database objects of the type selected with the Object ...
  6. Enter or select the specific object. This list shows all database objects of the type selected with the Object Type argument. ...
  7. Enter or select the specific object. This list shows all database objects of the type selected with the Object Type argument. ...
  8. Enter or select the specification name for the set of options that determines how a text file is imported, exported, or linked. ...
  9. Enter the data to find in the record. Enter text, a number, a date, or an expression to find in the record. Required argument. ...
  10. Enter the full path of the database to use. For databases that use separate files for each table, enter the directory containing ...
  11. Enter the full path of the file to output the object to. Leave blank to have Microsoft Access prompt for the output file. ...
  12. Enter the full path of the file to use as a template for your output. This argument only applies to HTML formats. Leave blank ...
  13. Enter the horizontal position for the upper-left corner of the page, measured from the left edge of the containing window. ...
  14. Enter the maximum number of times the macro will run. If left blank (and Repeat Expression is also blank), the macro runs ...
  15. Enter the name of a query or a filter saved as a query. Use a filter to restrict and/or sort the records for the report. ...
  16. Enter the name of the control that corresponds to the subform or subreport to be filtered or blank for the current form. ...
  17. Enter the name of the control to requery. Use only the name of the control rather than the full syntax. Leave blank to requery ...
  18. Enter the name of the control, field, or property to set. Click the Build button to use the Expression Builder to set this ...
  19. Enter the name of the field or control to receive the focus. Use only the field or control name, rather than the full syntax. ...
  20. Enter the name of the Function procedure to be executed. Include any function arguments in parentheses. Required argument. ...
  21. Enter the name of the HTML table to use when importing from or attaching to an HTML file with multiple tables. You may leave ...
  22. Enter the name of the menu as you want it to appear on the custom menu bar (for example, File or Edit). Required argument ...
  23. Enter the name of the Microsoft Access table to import to, export from, or link to, or the select query to export from. When ...
  24. Enter the name of the Microsoft Access table to import to, export from, or link to. When importing to an existing table, ...
  25. Enter the name of the module to be opened. Leave blank to search all standard modules in the database for a procedure. Either ...
  26. Enter the name of the procedure you want to open the module to. Leave blank to open the module to the Declarations section. ...
  27. Enter the name of the table or Microsoft Access object to import from, export to, or link to, or the name of the select query ...
  28. Enter the name to give the imported, exported, or linked table, select query, or Microsoft Access object in the destination ...
  29. Enter the name(s) of the message recipients to be placed on the Bcc (blind carbon copy) line. If left blank, the Bcc line ...
  30. Enter the name(s) of the message recipients to be placed on the Cc (carbon copy) line. If left blank, the Cc line will be ...
  31. Enter the name(s) of the message recipients to be placed on the To line. Leave blank to have Microsoft Access prompt for ...
  32. Enter the new horizontal position of the window's upper-left corner, measured from the left edge of the containing window. ...
  33. Enter the page on which to start printing. Printing starts from the top of this page. Required argument if you select Pages ...
  34. Enter the page on which to stop printing. Printing stops at the bottom of this page. Required argument if you select Pages ...
  35. Enter the range of cells to be imported or linked. Leave this blank to import or link to the entire spreadsheet. You can ...
  36. Enter the sequence of keys to be processed. Use the Visual Basic SendKeys syntax to specify these keys. Required argument. ...
  37. Enter the SQL statement for the action query or data definition query to run. You can use the SQL View command in the Query ...
  38. Enter the text to display in the status bar when the user selects this menu. This argument is ignored for custom shortcut ...
  39. Equipment or items your company owns - includes who equipment is assigned to, when it was acquired, its condition, current ...
  40. errors occurred when you loaded the form or report.@You loaded a form or report that has controls or properties that |9 doesn't ...
  41. Evaluates a list of expressions and returns a Variant value or an expression associated with the first expression in the ...
  42. Every record in this table stores a product supplier's name and address. Suppliers all have more than one product, so information ...
  43. Execution of this application has stopped due to a run-time error.@The application can't continue and will be shut down.@1@3 ...
  44. Existing data violates the new record validation rule.@Do you want to continue testing data with this new rule?* To continue ...
  45. Existing data violates the new record validation rule.@Do you want to keep testing with the new rule?* To keep the new rule ...
  46. Existing data violates the new setting for the 'Required' property for field {0}. Values must be filled in for all records ...
  47. Existing data violates the new setting for the '|1' property for field '|2.'@Do you want to keep testing with the new setting?* ...
  48. Export data from the current database into a dBASE 5 file. This process will overwrite the data if exported to an existing ...
  49. Export data from the current database into a dBASE 7 file. This process will overwrite the data if exported to an existing ...
  50. Export data from the current database into a dBASE III file. This process will overwrite the data if exported to an existing ...
  51. Export data from the current database into a dBASE IV file. This process will overwrite the data if exported to an existing ...
  52. Export data from the current database into a Lotus 1-2-3 version 2 file. This process will overwrite data if exported to ...
  53. Export data from the current database into a Microsoft FoxPro 2.0 file. This process will overwrite the data if exported ...
  54. Export data from the current database into a Microsoft FoxPro 2.5 file. This process will overwrite the data if exported ...
  55. Export data from the current database into a Microsoft FoxPro 2.6 file. This process will overwrite the data if exported ...
  56. Export data from the current database into a Microsoft FoxPro 3.0 file. This process will overwrite the data if exported ...
  57. Export data from the current database into a Paradox 3 file. This process will overwrite the data if exported to an existing ...
  58. Export data from the current database into a Paradox 4 file. This process will overwrite the data if exported to an existing ...
  59. Export data from the current database into a Paradox 5 file. This process will overwrite the data if exported to an existing ...
  60. Export data from the current database into a Paradox 7-8 file. This process will overwrite the data if exported to an existing ...
  61. Export data from the current database into a Paradox 8 file. This process will overwrite the data if exported to an existing ...
  62. Export data from the current database into a text file. This process will overwrite data if exported to an existing file. ...
  63. Export data from the current database into an Excel 3 file. This process will overwrite the data if exported to an existing ...
  64. Export data from the current database into an Excel 4 file. This process will overwrite the data if exported to an existing ...
  65. Export to the chosen |9 app is not supported. If you are attempting to export data from tables or queries, open the |9 app ...
  66. failed to create a Debug window toolbar.@The system may be out of resource memory.@Close unneeded programs and try again. ...
  67. failed to create the Visual Basic module '|1.'@If your database is on a network drive, check your network connection, and ...
  68. failed to create the Visual Basic module.@If your database is on a network drive, check your network connection, and then ...
  69. Failed to register a window class. You will not be able to work with the parse dialog.Choose OK to continue, Cancel to exit. ...
  70. failed to save module '|1.'@Your computer may be low on disk space.For information on freeing memory or disk space, search ...
  71. failed to save the database.@Your computer may be low on disk space.For information on freeing memory or disk space, search ...
  72. Failure to connect to the FTP service on the internet server. Make sure that FTP service is running properly on the server ...
  73. Failure to execute the HTTP request to start internet synchronizer on the internet server. Use Replication Manager to configure ...
  74. Failure to execute the HTTP request to start the internet synchronizer on the internet server. Use Replication Manager to ...
  75. Field '|' in Table '|1' has a field size of ReplicationID. SQL Server doesn't support such fields. Please delete the field ...