is it possible to update ONLY 1 field in MS Access
or do I have to update all the fields? I only need to update one field (a yes/no field) and leave the rest fields untouched, is this possible? I can't seem to make it work!<BR><BR>Thanks in adavnce..
But I think he/she meant FIELD = RECORD.. cause otherwise s/he wouldn't have any problem updating this?<BR><BR>Who knows... I could be wrong. I originally wrote out the way you and I are thinking, but I think s/he has the terms mixed up.<BR><BR>Ah well. If so... then you're right.
how come back to windows.....<BR><BR>We have decided to condiser all NN users as dead....now we...well THEY have asked me to make MEGA changes and make feilds appear and dissapear based on user selections.<BR><BR>Now what worries me is that with all this i will eventually forget what i need to do to make my code corss B.<BR><BR>oh well<BR><BR>
I did stop doing that... I'm trying to get my brain working right again.<BR><BR>>how come back to windows.....<BR><BR>Cause I've been on Linux all day... who knew you had to compile apache to accept freakin PHP???? <BR><BR>Ahh, it's nice to see color on a screen again though.