field on form not inputting into database

Posted on 2011-04-29
Last Modified: 2012-05-11
I have a field named 'Run' on this form in database- for some reason something i did has caused it not to be inserting into database. can you tell what it is?
thank you
Question by:davetough
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    You are second today with same problem.  Create new form and copy to it all controls from your old form.
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    by:Dale Fye (Access MVP)
    Are you certain that the field is still bound to the forms RecordSource?  

    Did you change the query that is the RecordSource for the form, and accidentally remove or rename the field in the query?  Check the Control Source and make sure that it is still a valid field in the Recordsource (that it shows up in the dropdown).

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    I have changed things without realizing thank you

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