By Richard Rost 12 months ago
Duplicate Existing Record in Microsoft Access
In this video, I will show you how to create a button to duplicate a record in your Microsoft Access forms.
Tanya from St. Paul, Minnesota (a Platinum Member) asks: I need a button that can duplicate (copy) an entire record into a new record. We need this to duplicate a product where almost everything is the same except a couple of fields, which we can edit manually.
Members will learn how to create a duplicate but only copy specified fields over to the new record.
Sara from Riverside, California (a Platinum Member) asks: Is it possible to create a duplicate button like in your video, however only copy a couple of the fields to the new record. Most of the data will be different except for a couple of fields.
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