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Chapter 4. LOOKING AT THE ACCESS COLLECT... > PROGRAMMING MULTIPLE COPIES OF THE S...

PROGRAMMING MULTIPLE COPIES OF THE SAME FORM

One of Access's most powerful features is its capability to display multiple instances of forms. An instance refers to a single copy that's open. You can display the same form onscreen multiple times. In this example, you explore how to reuse an employee form to display employees and their supervisors (see Figure 4.4).

Figure 4.4. With multiple instances, you can use the same form for various purposes, all open at once.



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