Chapter 7. Creating Forms

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One of the nice things about Microsoft Access 2010 is that it makes it easy for you to view existing table data and even add new data using forms. A form is a database object that lets you enter and view table data without viewing the table in datasheet mode. Instead, you can create a form that spaces the data out on the page, limit the number of table fields displayed so that only the most important or relevant data is shown, and modify ...

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