Adding Controls to a Form

Adding Controls to a Form

Every form has three basic sections: Form Header, Detail, and Form Footer. When you use a wizard to create a form, the wizard adds a set of controls for each field that you select from the underlying table to the Detail section and leaves the Form Header and Form Footer sections blank. Because these sections are empty, Access collapses them, but you can size all the sections by dragging their selectors. Although labels and text box controls are perhaps the most common controls found in forms, you can also enhance your forms with many other types of controls. For example, you can add groups of option buttons, check boxes, ...

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