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Default Test for completeness of last record in cont. form

I'm using a continuous form to obtain input. I use If IsNull(Me.Field1) to verify existence of input in each record's OnUpdate event. In the footer I have an exit button. I want this button to verify existence of data in the last record of the continuous form. How can I have the OnClick event of the Exit button refer to the fields in the last record in the continuous form?

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Mark J. Weisberger
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