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Default DoCmd.FindRecord

Is there a return value for any of the DoCmd in Access? If so how do I find out what they are so I can use them. I am wanting to search through the records of the table and if the record is there not create a new record, but if the record is t=not there then create a new record. Is that easily accomplished?

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