Form opens for new record but I want a command button that allows user to see all previous records

I have a form that opens to allow the user to enter a new record. Here is the onclick code of the command button on another form that opens the form:

DoCmd.OpenForm "frmAddVisit", acNormal, , "[MemberID] = " & Me.txtMemberID, acFormAdd, acWindowNormal

But on the form that opens for a new record entry I want to have a command button that makes the form appear as if the user has opened it for edit.  In other words, show all previous records for that MemberID.

Is this possible?
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You are opening the form in add mode.  That is why you don't see the old records.  I see three options.
1. Add a button to change the DataEntry property to No.
2, Add a second button on the menu to open the form in Edit mode.  
3.  Always open the form in edit mode and add a button to it to go to a new record.

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