Entering data in records
In Browse mode, you add information in a database file by entering data in records. You can:
type information into fields using your computer keyboard.
use lookups or relationships to copy or display data from other database files.
Note  If you're working with a database that doesn't have any records, you must create a record before entering data.
Topics in this section
Selecting a field in Browse mode or Find mode
Entering and changing data in fields
Moving text and data with drag and drop
Exporting the contents of a field
Working with data in date fields
Entering Japanese Emperor Year dates
Conversion of dates with two-digit years
Working with data in time fields
Committing data in records
Using URLs in a field
Copying and moving data in records
Entering preset data from a value list
Restoring data in records
Using a field index
Inserting the current date or other variables into a field