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Chapter 5. What Every Developer Needs to... > Why This Chapter Is Important

Why This Chapter Is Important

Most Access applications are centered on forms. Forms are used to collect and display information, navigate about the application, and more. This chapter covers all the basics of creating and working with forms. We'll begin by looking at the various uses of forms. Then we'll delve into the wealth of form and control properties. You'll learn the differences between bound, unbound, and calculated controls, and when it is appropriate to use each. You'll also learn important form techniques, such as how to create forms based on data from more than one table, and when you should populate forms with a query result rather than a table or embedded Structured Query Language (SQL) statement.


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