2. Working with Form Controls


Manipulating Form Controls

Adding Labels to the Form

Adding Text Boxes to the Form

Case Study:Creating a Mortgage Calculator

From Here

If you want a form laid out in a certain way that either mimics the arrangement of a paper form or gives the form a design that you think will make sense for the users, the techniques you’ve seen so far haven’t given you the tools to do the job. For example, pre-fab form layouts and the Form Wizard, although easy and fast, arrange form controls in only a few basic designs. Using the Design view is better because you can at least click and drag the table fields and drop them anywhere you want on the form. However, if you’ve tried this, you’ve certainly noticed that ...

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