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Chapter 13. Designing Custom Multitable ... > In the Real World—Access Wizardry

In the Real World—Access Wizardry

Access 1.0 had only a few wizards; Access 2000 has 47. Microsoft defines a wizard as "A Microsoft Access tool that asks you questions and creates and object according to your questions." The "Wizards, add-ins, and builders in Microsoft Access 2000" online help topic lists 51 wizards, but four items in the list—Documentor, Macro-To-Module Converter, Subform/Subreport Field Linker, and Switchboard Manager—don't carry the Wizard suffix and are better classified as utilities. It's difficult to obtain an accurate Wizard count in other members of Office 2000, but it's probable that Access 2000 has more wizards than all other Office members combined.

Form-related wizards are the most numerous. The following 10 wizards, listed in alphabetical order, assist you in creating custom forms:


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