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Make new Record

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Make new Record

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I would like to add a "make new record" command on one form and have it open a different form to add the new record to.  The forms need to be filled out in a sequence.  The first form always needs to be filled out but the second and the third form are optional, the users would like a command that allows them to automatically start a new record from one of the two optional forms(this would mean that they need to start from the first form again).  Any help you have would be greatly appreciated.
Sera

RE: Make new Record

The best thing to do, it sounds like, is to create some subforms, or use button wizard thingies. I would first build the forms that you want opened and then link them either as subforms or with buttons, or both. You can make the buttons (when creating with a wizard) to open up to specific information.

HTH

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