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Working with Forms

In Access, forms provide an easy way to enter and view data in a table.

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  • Submitted on - 2008-04-15 07:20:50

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A form created in Access is similar to the ordinary paper forms that you fill out with a pen or pencil only you don't have to worry about trying to read poor penmanship. In Access, forms provide an easy way to enter and view data in a table. Here are just a few examples of how forms make working with data easier.<br /><br />Easier to View and Use: Instead of scrolling back and forth in a table's data sheet, a form lets you focus on one record at a time.<br /><br />See Data Any Way You Want: You can design forms to present information any way you like.<br /><br />Combine Data from Linked Tables: One form can display data from several related tables or queries and your users will never know that they are working with two sources!<br /><br />And that's just for starters. No doubt about it forms make your database easier to use. Just like a Windows dialog box (which is really what a form is), Access forms can include fill-in-the-blank fields, check boxes, drop-down lists, and more.    More detail...


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