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Microsoft® Office Access 2003 Step by Step by Online Training Solutions Inc.

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Key Points

  • A form is an organized and formatted view of some or all of the fields from one or more tables or queries. Forms work interactively with the tables in a database. You use controls in the form to enter new information, to edit or remove existing information, or to locate information.

  • When you know what table to base your form on, and have an idea of how the form will be used, you can use the Form Wizard to quickly create a form. You can make modifications to the form in Design view.

  • The two most common views to use in forms are Form view, in which you view or enter data, and Design view, in which you add controls, change form properties, and change the form layout.

  • In a form, each text box (the box where data is entered or viewed) is bound—or ...

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