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Access 2002 Programming by Example by Bob Villareal

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Examining Your Form’s Properties

Every object in Access, including the database itself, has properties. Your form is no exception. There are different categories of properties of a form. They are represented by tabs in the properties window. Some properties pertain to data; others pertain to the formatting of the form; still others pertain to events.

Table 5.1 shows what the property categories, which can be accessed by clicking tabs in the properties sheet, represent.

Table 5.1. Explanation of Property Categories
Category Description
Format Properties that pertain to the way an object is displayed.
Data Properties that pertain to an object’s data, whether it is how data is displayed or how data is obtained.
Event Properties that pertain to ...

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