Sectional and Tabbed Forms

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Sectional and Tabbed Forms

Many databases are made of various objects and it is not unusual for one of these objects to contain various fields.
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Many databases are made of various objects and it is not unusual for one of these objects to contain various fields. If you try to create a form for such an object, you may encounter a big real estate deficiency. Even if you decide to reduce the amount of information on a table, because you still need to follow your customer’s goal, you may not have this complete liberty. Therefore, instead of deleting necessary fields, you can one of the various alternatives offered by Microsoft Access.    More detail...

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