Question about Microsoft Access 2003 for PC
In a form i want to be able to make it so that in each field something has to be entered how do i do this
In the Design view for your form element (eg textbox), go to the Data Tab. Look at the options for:
Input Mask, Validation Rule and Validation Text. You can use any combination of these to force a user to enter something in the field. If you just want to check that the contents of the element has a non-zero length, then you can write an event (Events tab) to check the length of the values entered. If 0, then throw a message box and re-focus the cursor on the textbox.
Posted on May 19, 2009
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