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8. Programming > 73. Write Code Faster by Turning Off Syntax-Checking

Write Code Faster by Turning Off Syntax-Checking

Make sure Access doesn’t pester you with warning messages while you’re writing code.

If you’re like me, sometimes your fingers can’t keep up with your brain. Often, when I am writing code, I am several lines ahead in my thoughts, and I’m typing as fast as I can to keep up. The last thing I want is to lose my train of thought, but if I make a few typing errors or leave out a keyword or variable, Access pops up a scolding message.

The error message in Figure 8-2 is a perfect example. I am in the midst of coding a Select Case statement. I don’t know what the expression is yet, but I do have in mind what the actual cases are, and I want to get them down fast. But no, Access hangs me up on the Select Case line.


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