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Access 2000 Enter key causes carriage return, not next field, in datasheet view

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Hello all,

I am using Access 2002, with file format of Access 2000, and am
experiencing a problem.

I have a subform that is shown in datasheet view for users to edit data
direct to a table.

When a user presses the Enter (or Return) key a carriage return is made
in the cell, rather than the cursor moving to the next field, which is
what I expected to happen. (I believe that usually, to create a
carriage return, the user would have to press Control+Enter.)

Is there a way of preventing the carriage return and forcing the Enter
key to move the cursor to the next field?

Under the Options, Keyboard Tab, the 'Move after enter' setting is set
to "Next field".

Is there an option on the form or subform that is causing this change
in behaviour?

Many thanks in advance for any help.

Chris

Nov 13 '05 #1
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Hi again,

I have found a solution to my problem:

On the sub form (design view) some of the controls had their 'Enter Key
Behavior' property set to "New Line in Field". Changing this to
"Default" solved the issue.

Chris

Nov 13 '05 #2

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