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Macro Message Box Pop Up When Append Query Is Zero

Macro Message Box Pop Up When Append Query Is Zero
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I have a 2007 access database with several (5) append queries. These append queries are from a staging area (temp table) then appends it its corresponding main table. Also, these 5 append queries only appends 1 record at a time.

I am about to create a macro so that it will automatically run the 5 append queries simultaneously. Is there a way that when the macro is executed, it will give a pop up message box or anerror message if a certain value of a field is already existing in the main table?

so example:
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