Suppress system messages (Query confirmations)

How can I suppress the system messages when I run queries? For example, when a delete query is run, Access will ask you to confirm the number of deletions. How can I suppress these kinds of messages?

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I'm creating a macro that runs a pre-existing query, and that pre-existing query "makes a new table".
When you run the query, there are about 3 messages, like."Are You Sure You Want To Make a Table".

I want the macro to suppress these messages, but i've forgotten how. D'oh!


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This lets me make sure locations have been updated during the night and it prevents people from copying the program to another computer, because it is a hidden table.
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If not is there a way if a table is moved or copied that the contents are deleted or set to a specific value. It is a table with only one record and one field.


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What happens is if they copy it to another computer and try to run it, the program says "could not find file C:\....
What I would like to happen is to be able to suppress this error and have it say "Call support for help with the program" or what ever I like to put there. I don't want the system error to come up.

Is this possible? If not is there a way if a table is moved or copied that the contents are deleted or set to a specific value. It is a table with only one record and one field.


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now I want to bring down of the 10 columns messages into the new table 2 column but what happens is that firstcolumn has Id 1,2,3,4 and 2 column will now show messages related to Id 1 near ID 2,3,4,5 and 2 column will have more fields compare to ID, I want to match ID and multiple message related to the same Id like
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1 | error1
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2 | erro3
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Please help me fixing this problem. how can the query be designed to sort the ID and grouping the messages related to matching ID


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