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

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Chapter 7. Create Custom Forms

Chapter at a Glance

Create Custom Forms

In this chapter, you will learn how to

Modify forms created by using a wizard.

Add controls.

Add subforms.

Use e-mail forms to collect data.

Every form has three basic sections: Form Header, Detail, and Form Footer. When you use the Form tool or a wizard to create a form, a logo placeholder and a title is added to the Form Header section, a set of text box and label controls for each field in the underlying table is added to the Detail section, and the Form Footer section is left blank. You can customize any form by adding controls to its sections and by rearranging controls to make the form easy ...

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