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Microsoft® Access® 2010 Inside Out by Jeff Conrad and John Viescas

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Creating Multiple-Page Client Forms

As you’ve seen, Access 2010 makes it easy to display a lot of related information about one subject in a single form, either by using a query as the source of the form or by displaying the related information in a subform. As described in the previous section, if you have too much information to fit in a single, screen-sized form, you can use the tab control. Another way to handle the problem is to split the form into multiple pages.

In Chapter 2, you learned about the Document Window Options settings in the Access Options dialog box. In previous versions of Access, all objects opened in their own windows where you could edit, view, or print them. This multiple-document interface (MDI) made multiple-page forms ...

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