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Microsoft® Access® 2010 Inside Out by Jeff Conrad and John Viescas

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Working with Web Forms in Layout View

Up to this point, you’ve been building a client form in Design view to add and edit records in the tblEmployees table with the Housing Data Copy client database. You’ve seen how to start with a blank client form and add fields to the form grid, position the controls into a two-column layout, and then align the controls both horizontally and vertically. You can create the same type of employee client form working exclusively in Layout view. When you work in Layout view, you are able to see live data from the form’s record source while working with the controls. When you create and edit web forms in a web database, however, your only design surface is Layout view; you cannot open a web form in Design view to ...

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