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Access 2007 stop forced new record after inputting a record?

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is there a way in Access 2007 to stop Access from creating a new empty record in a table after you manually enter a record in the table or via a form?

or is this just the default behaviour?

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DatabaseMX (Joe Anderson - Access MVP) earned 500 total points
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That is not really a 'new' record.  It's where a new record 'would' go.  Yes default behavior.

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