Usually the last forms that you build are the switchboard forms that give the user direct access to the major tasks in your application.
Your main switchboard form should be a simple form with a logo, a title, and perhaps as many as eight command buttons. The command buttons can be used to open the forms that you defined in the application. Figure 24-10 shows the main switchboard form for the Conrad Systems Contacts database in Design view.
Figure 24-10. The main switchboard form for the Conrad Systems Contacts database has command buttons to guide users through the application.