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    cvansickle is offline Novice
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    No navigating through records??

    Greeting to all you ACCESS EXPERTS!!



    First time Threader.... Log time Reader..

    I am a novice Access user. I know just enough to be dangerous. I have what may be simple question..

    I work in the sales world and I have a group of leads. They are currently added to a table. My form comes up to a page that allows them to ADD a new lead or search (using a combo box) for an exsisiting lead.

    My task is to make it so you can not see any record except the one you are working on. I do not want the ability to scan through records at the bottom and I dont want them to have the ability to "tab" through and get to the next record..

    Is this possible??

    Thanks in advance

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    ajetrumpet is offline Banned
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    on the form's property sheet, set the "record cycle" property to either 'current record' or 'current page' (I think that's right). set the "navigation buttons" and "record selectors'' properties to 'NO'.

    or apply a filter and just set the record cycling.

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    cvansickle is offline Novice
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    You guys are great!! Thanks Adam!!!

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