Creating Blank views

The last view type you can create in Access web apps are Blank views. Blank views are unique: Bound Blank views display one record of data at a time, but they do not include a List Control for record navigation. Blank views allow the same types of customizations available for List Details views. However, in some cases, you’ll find using a Blank view more appropriate than using a List Details view. For example, a Blank view is useful when you want to create a view that’s displayed as a pop-up message with display text, because you probably do not need a List Control element for this scenario. To learn about Blank views, you’ll create a simple view that displays data from both the Invoice Headers and Vendors tables in the sample ...

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