When creating a new table, Access automatically places your insertion point in the first field of a new record. When you press
after completing the last field in that row, Access saves the record in that row and creates a new, blank record, ready for your entries. That means that the first time you enter data into your table, you don't have to make a special effort to create new records. If, however, you add records to your table at a later date, you'll need to know how to create manually a new row in which to place records.