columns in table (Access)

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I am trying to create a table in Access and every time i do, my field/columns are starting from the right side instead of the left side.  Nobody seems to know how to change it.  Help.

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Have you tried the orientation on the property sheet in design mode for the table.
It allows for “Left-to-Right” or “Right-to-Left”. Hope this helps

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  • carlosdl
    What do you mean by "starting from the right side instead of the left side" ? Could you please provide more details ?
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  • Walrum
    There are 2 modes of the table. The first is design mode The second is run mode If you see run mode it means that the first field is your incremental ID and it is not accessible so Access omit it by default. In left side of the tools tou should see the mode change Icon There is always opposite icon - if you are in design mode you see the icon for run mode and vv. - simply click it and see differences. I’m hoping that is going to help If there is something else you need to give as more info
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  • tlsanders1
    Are you trying to say that the entries are right-justifed (staying on the right side of the column) when you want them to be left-justifed (staying on the left side of the column)?
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