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Enter Button will not work in textbox!

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Dear Access Experts,

For some reason when I press the ENTER button in a textbox to move text down and insert new text the focus get's set to a different obect and I am unable to move the text down. The arrow in the screenshot shows where I would like to press enter either insert text or create a paragraph. Can this be done?

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DatabaseMX (Joe Anderson - Microsoft MVP, Access and Data Platform) earned 2000 total points
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Do you have this property set to New Line - see image ?

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OMG! That did it!  cool!

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Lol ... hey ... so many properties, so little time !

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