Objective group 4. Create forms

The skills tested in this section of the Microsoft Office Specialist exam for Microsoft Access 2016 relate to building forms. Specifically, the following objectives are associated with this set of skills:

4.1 Create forms

4.2 Configure form controls

4.3 Format forms

Forms are often based on one or more of the tables and queries in an Access database. Forms serve as a user interface for the database, simplifying how you navigate between objects, records, and features and helping you organize the work of inserting and updating data.

When you create forms, you can work with a wizard or build the form from scratch by working in Design view or Layout view. You build a form by adding controls, including text boxes and ...

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