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Microsoft® Access® 2010: Step by Step by Joan Lambert and Joyce Cox

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Chapter 3. Create Simple Forms

Chapter at a Glance

Create Simple Forms

In this chapter, you will learn how to

Create forms by using the Form tool.

Change the look of forms.

Change the arrangement of forms.

A database that contains the day-to-day records of an active company is useful only if it is kept current and if the information stored in it can be found quickly. Although Microsoft Access 2010 is fairly easy to use, entering, editing, and retrieving information in Datasheet view is not a task you would want to assign to someone who’s not familiar with Access. Not only would these tasks be tedious and inefficient, but working in Datasheet view leaves far too much ...

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