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corruption of fields on entering data - Microsoft Access

I have created a form with a lot of fields (some calculated) but reasonably straightforward. When I enter data and press return on the last field the next blank record appears but all the fields are blurred over each other. If I go back to the previous record it is the same. The only way to clear it is to close the form and re-open. Please help as I need this urgently for Monday!!!!! Thanks in advance. Julie...

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    Default corruption of fields on entering data

    I have created a form with a lot of fields (some
    calculated) but reasonably straightforward. When I enter
    data and press return on the last field the next blank
    record appears but all the fields are blurred over each
    other. If I go back to the previous record it is the
    same. The only way to clear it is to close the form and
    re-open. Please help as I need this urgently for
    Monday!!!!!

    Thanks in advance.

    Julie
    Julie Barkhuizen Guest

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    Default Re: corruption of fields on entering data

    On Thu, 3 Jul 2003 10:02:36 -0700, "Julie Barkhuizen"
    <JulieBrossallcorporation.co.uk> wrote:
    >When I enter
    >data and press return on the last field the next blank
    >record appears but all the fields are blurred over each
    >other.
    Could you describe "blurred over" in more detail? Is this a Single
    form, Continuous, or Datasheet? Do you have any Macros or VBA code,
    perhaps in the form's Before or AfterUpdate events?

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