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Access 2007: Fields having a blank default

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I created a Form in Access 2007, and I want to add new records to my database, but when I load up the form it already has data loaded, and I'm not sure how to make it start blank by default.

I did some research, and I found this:
"In design view, on the Properties dialog, set Data Entry to "Yes"."

But I can't find the DataEntry field...

Jun 3 '07 #1
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When you go to design view and the properties dialogue, are you looking at the properties for the form, or one of the elements in the form?
If it opens on details, for instance you won't see the Data Entry: yes/no option in the Data tab in the properties dialogue. Set the drop menu in the properties dialogue to "Form". Go to the data tab, and you should find the Data Entry option.

Hope this helps!

Jun 3 '07 #2

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