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By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   3 months ago

Press Default Button with Enter Key in MS Access


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In this Microsoft Access tutorial, you will learn how to create a default button to quickly move to a new record, streamlining data entry and improving form navigation without the need for a mouse.

Laurel from Kirkland, Washington (a Silver Member) asks: I've got a data entry form where I enter a bunch of customer information, but there are a ton of fields on it, and sometimes I only have to enter a few things. I'd like to skip the next 50 or so fields. Is there a way I can move to a new blank record without having to stop and grab my mouse? I've looked for a keyboard shortcut, but I can't find one.

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