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Default Open form to specific record quits working

I have a customer search form that opens a specific customer order. Sometimes
when I add a field or make a minor change to the customer order form, the
customer search pulls a blank or new record. I delete the change I made to
the order form but a blank record is still pulled. What can I do to fix this?
Thanks

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Sorry, I meant to post this to Access.

"Ron Weaver" wrote:

I have a customer search form that opens a specific customer order. Sometimes
when I add a field or make a minor change to the customer order form, the
customer search pulls a blank or new record. I delete the change I made to
the order form but a blank record is still pulled. What can I do to fix this?
Thanks



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