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Chapter 11. Building a Form

Forms and Object-Oriented Programming397
Starting from Scratch—A Simple Input Form400
Working with Form Wizards420
Simplifying Data Input with a Form426


From the perspective of daily use, forms are the most important objects you’ll build in your Microsoft Office Access 2003 application because they’re what users see and work with every time they run the application. This chapter shows you how to design and build forms in an Access desktop application. You’ll learn how to work with a Form window in Design view to build a basic form based on a single table, and you’ll learn how to use an Access form wizard to simplify the form-creation process. The last section of this chapter, “Simplifying Data Input with a Form,” shows you how to use some of the special form controls to simplify data entry on your forms.


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