How do you AutoNumber in access?
In the Navigation Pane, right-click the table to which you want to add the primary key, and click Design View. Tip: If you don’t see the Navigation Pane, press F11 to display it. Locate the first available empty row in the table design grid. In the Data Type field, click the drop-down arrow and click AutoNumber.
How do I create a custom AutoNumber in access?
On the opened interface, go to the CREATE tab from the top. From the displayed options in the ribbon, click Table Design icon from the Tables section. On the displayed interface, specify the name of the field in the Field Name column. In the Data Type column, select the AutoNumber option from the displayed list.
What is MS Access AutoNumber?
AutoNumber is a type of data used in Microsoft Access tables to generate an automatically incremented numeric counter. It may be used to create an identity column which uniquely identifies each record of a table. Only one AutoNumber is allowed in each table.
How do I fix AutoNumber in access?
In Access 2010 or newer, go to Database Tools and click Compact and Repair Database, and it will automatically reset the ID. I actually much agree with this solution – a simple C+R will reset the autonumber.