Introduction to Forms and Reports

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Introduction to Forms and Reports

The fastest means of creating a form is through a feature called AutoForm.
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As done for the tables and queries, Microsoft Access provides a central dialog box you can use to create forms: this is the New Form dialog box. To display the New Form dialog box, if no object is opened, on the main menu, you can click Insert -> Form. Alternatively, in the Database window, you can first click the Forms button. Then, on the toolbar of the Database window, you can click the New button.
The fastest means of creating a form is through a feature called AutoForm. To use AutoForm, you can first select a table or a query on the Database window; you don't have to open the object.    More detail...

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