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Subform new record specific field

I have a subform and fiel called Payment when i enter 35.00 and click
the new payment command button still displays previous payment.

How would i create code so that when i hit the new payment command
button instead of displaying previous payment entered it would show as
0.00

Also how would u disable the new record show a blank row under the
field.

Nov 20 '05 #1
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Sorry, Jeremy!
Your description of your problem is incoherent to the point of being
incomprehensible. Let me just show you some of the information that's
missing in your first statement:
Is the "fiel" (presumably a control, perhaps a textbox?) on the subform,
or on the main form?
Is the "new payment command button" on the subform or the main form?
Where are you entering 35.00? (In the Payment control? What was
displayed there before you changed it to 35.00?)
What still displays the previous payment? (The Payment control, where
you just entered 35.00? Are you saying it reverts to the previous payment?
Grammatically, you are saying the *button* still displays the previous
payment, but this seems highly unlikely...)
*And above all* - what is the code which currently runs when you click
the new payment command button?

And that's just the first sentence!
If you want help from this group, you've really got to give us more to go
on!

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I have a subform and fiel called Payment when i enter 35.00 and click
the new payment command button still displays previous payment.

How would i create code so that when i hit the new payment command
button instead of displaying previous payment entered it would show as
0.00

Also how would u disable the new record show a blank row under the
field.

Nov 20 '05 #2

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