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What is the difference between field level and record level validation rule?

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Answered 2014-09-18 00:21:29

The information entered and how the information is entered is a very dominate role in field/record level validation. However they share the same goal to enforce rules consistently, to write less code.

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You can add a validation rule to a field in your table's Design View. Select your field in Design View and look for the Validation Rule field at the bottom of the screen. This is where you can enter a validation rule for your field.


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