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Default search form creates new record in table

hello everyone,
I'm working on a new database in ACCESS 2007 and the search form i have created adds a NEW record with the "criteria" I search for every time I run this operation. Could you please tell me how to run the search form/query without creating a new file in the table?
thanks.
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