5. Creating Specialized Forms

IN THIS CHAPTER

Creating a Multiple-Table Form

Working with Form Command Buttons

Case Study: Creating a Switchboard Form

Creating a Form Pop-Up Box or Dialog Box

Using a Custom Form with a Parameter Query

Creating a Startup Form

Creating a PivotChart Form

From Here

Most of the forms you’ll build and use will have data entry as their main purpose. However, Access forms are versatile enough to take you well beyond straightforward data input. For example, in Chapter 2, “Working with Form Controls,” I showed you a form designed to be used as a mortgage calculator, meaning it had no data entry duties at all.

You’ll see some similar forms in this chapter, including forms that enable you to display startup splash screens, ...

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