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Found in Tutorial Databases:

1. Fill Records with 1,2,3 and so on

2. Add and change rec in another folder

3. MMR Get Filtered Records

4. Recs in range

5. Print info misc recs

6. Copy a value from relational field to basic field

7. Change Several Records at Once
This example shows how to change several records en mass, e.g. increase field value for all records in a folder.

8. Change Relational Fields by Script
This database shows how to change simple and many-to-many relational field
by using scripts and queries.

Found in FAQ:

1. When I added a new record, the program started to fill it with values from previously created records. What can be done in this case?
You must have selected the Set ... as default item in the Record menu. This command makes values of a selected record default values. For a new record to be empty at its creation, do the following:

  1. Create a record;
  2. Clear all fields;
  3. In the Record menu select the Set ... as default item.

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