Multi-line text box - can't get it to work in Access 2003
I'm using Access 2003. I'm trying to set up a multi-line text box on a form where the user must have control over where the line breaks occur. I've set the "Enter key behavior" parameter to "New Line in Field".
However, after keying the first line and pressing the Enter key, Access is treating it as a completion of the entry and tabbing to the next control.
I've also tried using Shift + Enter and Ctrl + Enter, but with the same result.
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