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Create a Data Entry Form in Microsoft Access


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In this video, I'm going to to teach you what a Data Entry Form is. You'll see how to take an existing form and make it a Data Entry Form. I'll also show you how to create two separate buttons to open a form normally, or in Data Entry mode. 

Billie from Winnipeg, Manitoba (a Gold Member) asks: is there a way that I can have my secretary click a button and just start entering in new contacts for a customer? I don't really want her seeing the entire contact history, just log new calls and messages. Thanks!

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Members will learn how to open a form in Data Entry mode using VBA, and will also see how to password protect the "show previous contacts" button, and switch Data Entry mode OFF with one click.

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