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Forms (Access 2002 SP-2): Unable to go to next or previous record

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Revised form layout by dragging/dropping fields from field list and
deleting unwanted fields. However, unable to go to next existing
record or return to previous existing record, but can add new record.
Error message received when attempting to go to next or previous
existing record: "The value you entered isn't valid for this field."
Nov 12 '05 #1
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TC
Well, it sounds to me as if a value you entered for some field, is not valid
for that field! This will stop the form from leaving that record until you
discard the change (eg. by pressing Escpae a few times), or change the value
to an acceptable one.

HTH,
TC
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Revised form layout by dragging/dropping fields from field list and
deleting unwanted fields. However, unable to go to next existing
record or return to previous existing record, but can add new record.
Error message received when attempting to go to next or previous
existing record: "The value you entered isn't valid for this field."

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