Chapter 31Tables, Forms, and Reports

If you are creating an Access database in the ACCDB file format, then you can take advantage of all the new features introduced in Access 2007 by using the provided built-in tools or programmatically by writing code. This chapter focuses on important new features and enhancements that apply to Access tables, forms, and reports. A number of new features were introduced to make it easier for beginner end users to get started designing and working with Access databases; others were added with the purpose of making Access compatible with the Windows SharePoint Server lists. As an Access programmer, you need to know what is possible with all the new features, regardless of their intended audience.

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