Replace text in text box with user input, but not add to database if no change ACCESS 2010 form

I have inherited a database with two survey forms, one has 32 questions the other has over 50.  The two forms correspond with a paper survey the user fills out, then gives to the data entry person and they just follow by the question numbers.  However, there is no way the user can be sure they are on the correct data entry box.  Is there a way to have as the text the question and when the user enters the data, that is what is recorded, but I do not want to record the question text.  I was thinking that when the user enters data, the font color would change so they would know which box was populated with data, but what would be a good approach to tell the database to enter into the table only those fields that were updated?  This would be, of course, an unbound form to start with.
Sandra SmithRetiredAsked:
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Scott McDaniel (Microsoft Access MVP - EE MVE )Infotrakker SoftwareCommented:
Why not use a standard Label to show the question text?

You'd have to store the Question Text in a table and retrieve it when the form is loaded, of course. From there, you could perhaps use the Textbox's Tag data to determine the question "number", and then use standard SQL statements to insert/update, based on what the user enters.

Why are you doing this unbound? This is tailor-made for a bound form ...

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Sandra SmithRetiredAuthor Commented:
I inherited this and the customer does not want text labels, I asked that first thing. they want as few changes as possible and are used to doing it this way.  Actually, I changed my mind and am leaving it as a bound form.  Your suggestion does solve my problem with minimal changes to the form so the user does not get confused.
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