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Chapter 13. Designing Custom Multitable ... > Using the Toolbox To Add Controls

Using the Toolbox To Add Controls

Using the Form Wizard or the AutoForm feature of Access 2000 simplifies the generation of standard forms for displaying and updating data in tables. Creating forms in Form Design view by adding controls from the Toolbox provides much greater design flexibility than automated form generation. The examples in this chapter use the Personnel Actions table that you created in Chapter 4, and a query, qryPersonnelActions, which you create in the next section. If you haven't created the Personnel Actions table, you can import it from the Persacts.mdb database in the \Chaptr12 folder of the accompanying CD-ROM.

See Creating the Personnel Actions Table.


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