In the previous chapter, you created a
CheckOut form that demonstrated some advanced techniques with Access forms. Now, I'll continue along the same theme, digging a little bit deeper into how forms work and explaining ways to configure them. I'll also demonstrate the TabControl, which is useful for organizing a lot of information.
In this chapter, you'll build a customer administration form that can be used to create and update customer records, show a history of what they have previously checked out, and display the items that are currently due. This form will also allow you to renew items that are checked out. You will reuse some of what was developed in Chapter 7, including the
CustomerSearch form. ...