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Old 07-16-2019, 01:33 PM   #1
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Access and IDE (Not Forms/Reports) Autosaving

So, doing some maintenance on my dB a couple of weeks ago. This involved taking the dev file to a couple of different computers and opening it in 2010, 2013, and 2019.

Everything is functioning fine, except Access is now trying to do a full save every few minutes. Not a record save through a form, but a full IDE and design level save.

This is really annoying as I am typing code or making queries and suddenly the window pops up.

Looking through the File/Options area and the VBA/Options dropdown, I don't see a place where this timer is controlled.

How the heck to I turn this back off?

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Re: Access and IDE (Not Forms/Reports) Autosaving

Hi Scott. Are there any forms open while you're trying to do your work? If so, does the form have any Timer event on it?
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Re: Access and IDE (Not Forms/Reports) Autosaving

Nope, no forms or timers. This is somehow embedded, similar to autosave in Word

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Re: Access and IDE (Not Forms/Reports) Autosaving

Found it. Turns out it was MZ-Tools, Personal Settings, Open Documents Autosaving
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Re: Access and IDE (Not Forms/Reports) Autosaving

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Found it. Turns out it was MZ-Tools, Personal Settings, Open Documents Autosaving
Hi. Glad to hear you got it sorted out. Cheers!

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