Chapter 9. Using controls effectively

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When forms are created or when you add a field from the Field List pane to a form, Access will choose an appropriate control with which to display the data. However, you might want to change that choice of control. A simple example would be deciding whether to use a combo or list box.

A form that is based on a table or query is called a bound form. On a bound form, you can add either controls ...

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