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Microsoft Office® Access 2007 Inside Out by John Viescas and Jeff Conrad

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Moving Around on Forms and Working with Data

The rest of this chapter shows you how to move around on and work with data in the various types of forms discussed earlier in the chapter.

Viewing Data

Moving around on a form is similar to moving around in a datasheet, but there are a few subtle differences between forms and datasheets (usually having to do with how a form was designed) that determine how a form works with data. You can use the frmContactsPlain form in the Conrad Systems Contacts database (which is a copy of frmContacts without custom Ribbons) to explore the ways in which forms work.

First, if necessary, open the Conrad Systems Contacts database. Next, click the Navigation Pane menu, click Object Type under Navigate To Category, and ...

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