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Creating Forms in Microsoft Access

Microsoft Access forms provide a quick and easy way to modify and insert records into your databases.
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Microsoft Access forms provide a quick and easy way to modify and insert records into your databases. They offer an intuitive, graphical environment easily navigated by anyone familiar with standard computer techniques. Creating a form is a quite simple, pleasant experience. In this example, as with all of our Access tutorials, we will use Access 2003 and the Northwind sample database included on the installation CD-ROM. If you're using an earlier version of Access, you may find that some of the menu choices and wizard screens are slightly different. However, the same basic principles apply to all versions of Access (as well as most database systems).

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