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Hide 'New record' record in Access continuous form

irglebleeben
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I have a simple, one-form, Access 2002 database that has a continuous form in the detail section for displaying data.  Data is entered through pop up forms and, for now, at least, directly into the tables.  It *should not* be entered into the continuous form.  Is it possible to hide the blank 'new record' at the bottom of the continuous form listing?

Thanks,

Jon.
IT Project Manager
Genzyme BV
Netherlands
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Hi irglebleeben,

in the form properties disable the Enable additions option

Hope this helps!

Cesc

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irglebleeben,

I use spanish version so I don't know exactly how is named in english. Maybe Allow additions or Allow insertions ...

Cesc
Top Expert 2005
Commented:
If it Just for display and Data should not be edited,deleted,and added

You need to set All for Property to No
Data Entry NO
Allow Additions No
Allow edit No
Allow Deletitions No

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Commented:
Hi irglebleeben,

I think I deserve some points.

My reply answered exactly what you were asking for

Dmitryz6's answer was correct too and gave more info, but you could give some points

No problem, only an opinion not an angry reclamation

Cesc
Top Expert 2005

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Cesc.
I covered more then in question,but I do beleive we need to split ,your answer was correct as well http://www.experts-exchange.com/Databases/Q_21798660.html

Regards Dmitry

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Hey,

For both of you, I'm new at this.  This was my first question that got an answer.  As soon as I figure out how to give give csk_73 more points, I'll be glad to do so.  Not tonight though.  The brain is as fried as the proverbial egg.

Jon.
Top Expert 2005

Commented:
Jon don't worry about it.It alredy looked after.

Good Luck
  Dmitry

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