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I have an access 2013 database and I have one form that looks fine in design view and layout view but when I open the form in Form view it's blank.  No controls, no labels not even the date and time fields are showing.  

This only happens when there is no data in the table the form is based on.  I've never seen this behavior before.  Is this something new in Access 2010 or 13?

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