Stop Event code from automatically running - MS Access

I have a form that contains 1 input field on it.  I have some vba code that is supposed to run once the user enters information in the field, then hits enter (The code is on the "On Enter" event procedure).

However, every time I OPEN the form, the vba code tries to execute.  I only want the code to execute when the user presses enter.  

How can I stop the code from running whenever I open the form?
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Jim Dettman (Microsoft MVP/ EE MVE)President / OwnerCommented:
"On Enter" is not what you think it is; it's when the control is entered, not when they hit "Enter".

 You want BeforeUpdate if you want to stop them from leaving the control if they did something wrong (they are supposed to type a date and did not), or AfterUpdate to react to what they did enter (you know what to search based on the date they did enter).

Jim.
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dmailboxAuthor Commented:
Ahhhh.  Jim!  That makes complete sense....now that you explained it.

Thank you!
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dmailboxAuthor Commented:
Extremely quick and accurate answer!
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