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Microsoft Office Access 2003 in a Snap by Alison Balter

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Chapter 10. Create Your Own Forms

IN THIS CHAPTER:

  • 55 Create a Form in Design View

  • 56 Add Controls

  • 57 About Selecting Controls

  • 58 Move, Size, and Delete Controls

  • 59 Align Controls

  • 60 About Selecting the Correct Control

  • 61 Change the Tab Order of Controls

  • 62 About Form Properties

  • 63 Work with Combo Boxes and List Boxes

Most Access applications are centered on forms. Forms are used to collect and display information, navigate about an application, and more. This chapter covers all the basics of creating and working with forms. It begins by looking at the various uses of forms. Then it delves into many important form and control properties.

Create a Form in Design View

Before You Begin

17

Open a Form

23

Close a Form

See Also

56

Add Controls

60

About Selecting the ...

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