Microsoft Access forms are for users and provide the business end of the database. To enter, edit, or display data from a table or query, forms should be designed for easy usability and functionality.
In Microsoft Access, forms are used to enter, edit, or display data from a table or a query. A form is the business end of a database, and, being so, should be functional and easy to use, with users’ needs foremost in the designer’s mind. Some guidelines for designing forms include:
Make the form fast to use with short, clear control names.
Take advantage of controls that minimize ...