MS Access Forms

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Database programming
Microsoft Access
Microsoft Access forms
I created a database in MS Access with 2 simple tables and 2 or 3 related queries. I also created a form which I use for data entry. I based the form on a query that uses two tables (related by one field) and an additional column for an age calculation. I was happily entering data via my form and entered about 130 records. Everything was working beautifully. Then, I had to step away from my laptop for a moment. I returned to discover that my form will not accept any keystrokes. I cannot change anything thing in any of the records nor can I add a new record. (The "add new record" icon is greyed out). I can, however, change and/or add new records in the tables. Help! Thanks so much!

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Make sure that the “Allow Additions” form property is not set to No for some reason.

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