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Hour 4. Forms Introduced > Uses for Forms

Uses for Forms

Developers often think that forms exist solely for the purpose of data entry. To the contrary, forms serve many different purposes in Access 2003:

  • Data entry— They can be used for displaying and editing data.

  • Application flow— They can be used for navigating through an application.

  • Custom dialog boxes— They can be used to provide messages to users.

  • Printing information— They can be used to provide hard copies of data-entry information.


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