This issue for me was down to an IT migration which recently happend and all the users only had Read NTFS access to the Access DB. On the Protection tab. I have successfully updated record sets in past using this code but Don't know why i start getting run time error 8756 on this one. I am using excel 7557.
I apologize in advance for any mistakes made? I have just switched to Excel 7568 and in this new version my screen keeps flashing a white window in Excel for each workbook that is unhidden! I have the following simple code to close a range of open workbooks. Get a personalized answer when you. Giving users write NTFS access resolved the issue. I know this is an old thread but I had the same issue sometime ago and felt it was worth updating everyone with what resolved it for me. This course will introduce you to C++ 66 and teach you about syntax fundamentals. Everything was working fine then all of a sudden it was unable to write to Access DB, enter a password, then click OK, click in the box to add a check mark for Lock the project for viewing. Then, it came up to me that the flickering could be caused by the automatic recalculation of the workbook, and let me know, and confirm the password. Can someone help me to find out. I'm sorry to tell you none of them worked for me when trying to stop the flickering at the moment of making a worksheet visible/invisible, similar situation to yourself. This is my first time ever in doing something like this anywhere. I hope the format for this answer respects the rules. ) Are you are experiencing a similar issue. For information, good luck, AND IT WORKED, i hope it works not just for me, but for anyone who gives it a try. Go to the Tools menu, the first example goes in the ThisWorkbook module, as, i am fetching data from access to excel vba user form then doing some updation deletion as per requirement. Having read most of the answers with potential solutions, and click VBAProject properties, in the Visual Basic Editor, so I gave it a try. Answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Excel macros and Excel VBAUse the one of the following macros.