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I think, after all these years, we are all aware of the Autonumber feature used in tables for Microsoft Access. It starts the count at 1 for the first table entry, a 2 for the second, and so on and so forth.

Is there any way to change the way the autonumber feature creates it's entry? For example, what if I wanted it to start with "A" and go to "Z"? Any chance of having it do something like that?

In all actuallity, I need it to do something a bit more complicated than go from "A" to "Z", but if anyone can confirm that something like this is possible, I'll know I have more options than continuous or random as options.


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