I have a large database that incorporates various forms. At the beginning of the project, initial information is entered in a single record table that will never change throughout the course of the project. Such as: Project Start Date, Project Expense Code, Contractor, Number of Working Days allowed, etc. 19 fields in all that won't change. The other forms need access to this data. What I have done is assigned the primary key the value ' 1 '. I have a field in every table that is 1 bit in size and each form automatically puts a ' 1 ' in the corresponding table for each record. When a person opens the form they are using all the information is there and it works great. Each form is based on a query that takes the information from its table and the Project Info table and fills in the corresponding text box. I can't help but think that there may be a better way to have access to the information than repeating this ' 1 ' hundreds of times even though it is a tiny size field. Comboboxes would work but seem even more complicated for this. Thanks for any comments or advice.