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Required or mandatory fields are form questions that must be answered by the user before the form can be submitted. The opposite of required fields are optional fields. And this is where users can choose whether to answer the form questions or not.
Mandatory fields are questions that must be answered before the form can be submitted. Mandatory fields are also called compulsory or required fields. The opposite of a mandatory field is an optional field. Optional fields are also sometimes called voluntary fields.
A topic that surfaces time and time again is whether and how to mark required fields on a form. Required fields, also known as mandatory fields, are questions that must be answered by the form-filler. The opposite of a mandatory field is an optional field; with these questions, form-fillers have a choice.
*Denotes required field. **Denotes one or the other field is required. It can be confusing to the user as to which one of the fields is required, as the legend is red in color for both single and double asterisk fields.
What does the red star or asterisk next to a contact's status mean? The red asterisk next to a contact's status indicates that he or she has turned on the Out of Office reply in Outlook.
In the Navigation Pane, right-click the table and then click Design View. Select the field that you want to require always has a value. In the Field Properties pane, on the General tab, set the Required property to Yes.
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