3 Using Forms to Enter and Edit Table Data

Using Access 2010 forms, you can easily enter and edit the data in your database.

In this chapter, you will learn what forms are and why they are important. You’ll learn how to work with forms in both Form view and Design view. We’ll explore the basics of working with forms such as opening an existing form, working with data, finding, sorting, and filtering. Finally, you’ll learn the basics of working with the design of a form, and how to close a form when you are finished working with it.

Opening an Existing Form


Open a Form

Before you can work with a form, you must first open it. Here ...

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