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Microsoft Access 2013 Inside Out by Jeff Conrad

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Starting with quick-created views

Now that you’re familiar with using the Table Selector and View Selector elements of the App Home View, it’s time to start designing views. Our discussion of designing views begins with understanding the two quick-created views Access generates with each new table you create. You’re not required to use these quick-created views, but they can be very helpful in designing a user interface quickly for your web app. You might find that they need little or no customization to be used for data entry by users of your web app.

Access web apps contain four types of views—List Details, Datasheet, Summary, and Blank. Each of these view types can be associated with tables in the View Selector. You can also use all of these ...

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