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Business Solutions Microsoft® Office Access 2007 Forms, Reports, and Queries by Paul McFedries

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1. Creating and Using a Form

IN THIS CHAPTER

Building a Basic Form

Creating Simple Forms with the Form Wizard

Navigating a Form

Creating a Form in Design View

Creating a Form Interactively in Layout View

Case Study: Protecting the Form and Data from Other Users

From Here

Data entry is the unglamorous side of Access. Sure, entering a record or two isn’t so bad, but entering dozens of records quickly becomes a chore you might do anything to avoid. The datasheet techniques presented later in this book in Chapter 10, “Creating a Basic Query,” can help, but the datasheet isn’t the most attractive way to get information into a table. You can take some of the drudgery out of data entry by using forms.

In the real world, we deal with forms of various ...

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