One doesn't. The default is that when the user presses Enter, the focus moves to the next control in the Tab Order. New Line in Field means that when the user presses Enter, a new line is created in the text box data instead.
Well, ms access does provide a definitive method for the options I mentioned. Don't me mind at this point, I'm a silly non-dev using a db software, looking for accessibility options
What would a linked image manager do? ^^
Kinda like the linked tables manager. You get a list of all the images used in the db FE (backgrounds, buttons; not the images used in OLE records), which forms they're at and if they are embedded or linked. Of course, I do realize that intensive FE design isn't the ms access cup of tea (even linked images stored locally per client can cause slowdowns when opening forms -not to mention that each client has to follow the original directory structure).