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Access 2010 Enter Key Closes DB in Form View

Posted on 2014-01-23
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Hi Experts,

I can't figure out what I did to my forms so that when Enter is pressed, the DB is closed.  The forms titled "Old.." in the attached file don't do it so I'm assuming it's something in the new forms I've created.  Thank you in advance for you help!
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Question by:Skip Sleeper
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Rey Obrero (Capricorn1) earned 500 total points
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it is the form "frmSwitchboard"
the control that is having the focused is the "cmdQuitAccess"

so when you hit Enter it closes  your db.

changed the Tab order of the controls, so that the  "cmdQuitAccess" is not the one active when you open your form "frmSwitchboard"


the other command button "Items" also have the command to quit access.
you need to change the code to do what it should do
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