Environ("Username")

Ok I have my form to get the username of someone logged into the computer and on a network but I am having a problem now setting that form to store a record on to a table.  For example, the control source of the text box on the form is =Environ("Username") and has no way to store the value onto the table.  All other fields on my form which have a control source linked to a column on my table are able to store information...please help
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dmitryz6Commented:
change from control source of the text box on the form is =Environ("Username")

to default velue for textbox
=Environ("Username")
dmitryz6Commented:
typo
to default value for textbox
=Environ("Username")

countrol source will be boundet to field in your table
dmitryz6Commented:
One more time

default value for textbox
=Environ("Username")

countrol source will be bound to field in your table

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michaeljusino1017Author Commented:
ok doesnt work, text box is still blank, should I put quotes around =Environ("Username")???
michaeljusino1017Author Commented:
it works now,  I needed to put a new record in the database...thanks for your help
dmitryz6Commented:
You welcome
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