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Re: Select All Checkboxes in continuous subform

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The code you found is basically what Micron suggested

The only difference between the recordset code and an update query or sql statement is speed.
The recordset will loop through and update the data one row at a time whereas the update statement will update 'all records at once'. If you have a lot of records, the difference in speed will be significant

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Re: Select All Checkboxes in continuous subform

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@Alvin
The code you found is basically what Micron suggested

The only difference between the recordset code and an update query or sql statement is speed.
The recordset will loop through and update the data one row at a time whereas the update statement will update 'all records at once'. If you have a lot of records, the difference in speed will be significant
well, you r right , i've alot of records like 500 want to update them in one time
so, the best solution will be an update query

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