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Old 12-10-2018, 07:51 PM
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If this functionality doesn't exist in Access, does it perhaps exist in a different database program?
Serious databases like Oracle and SQL Server have various types of built-in auditing, which you (or more likely, a DBA) can switch on for the particular tables and other structures you want to track. You can also write triggers to log details in ways that the built-in auditing won't do.

Any crude hack you try to push on top of Access will be more work and less effective than switching to a proper database with that functionality.
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