"Dale E. Reed Jr." wrote:
> Mike Kovacich wrote:
> > I new there was something in SQL to change it but I forgot to mention I'm using
> > MSACCESS database.
> > --
> > Mike Kovacich
> > Terry Bomersbach wrote:
> > > In the SQL Enterprise Manager double click on the MasterAccounts table,
> > > there you will find the defaults for each field.
> Its very similiar. In MS Access, design the table, select the
> column, and the default value field is in the bottom list of
> options for that column.
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