Chapter 4. Simplifying Data Entry with Forms

Simplifying Data Entry with Forms

Chapter 4 at a Glance

In this chapter you will learn how to:

  • Create a form by using a wizard.

  • Refine form properties.

  • Refine form layout.

  • Add controls to a form.

  • Use Visual Basic for Applications to enter data in a form.

  • Create a form by using an AutoForm.

  • Add a subform to a form.

A database that contains the day-to-day records of an active company is useful only if it can be kept up to date and if particular items of information can be found quickly. Although Microsoft Office Access 2003 is fairly easy to use, entering, editing, and retrieving information in Datasheet view is not a task you would ...

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