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Chapter 13. Customizing Forms > Setting Form Properties

Setting Form Properties

Like just about everything else in Access, forms have properties. The properties of a form control some of its behavior, as well as its look and feel. For example, you can use form properties to prevent data from being accidentally deleted or to change the color of a form from gray to lime green. In this section, you’ll learn about two ways to set the properties of your forms. For a quick facelift, you can use the AutoFormat function. On the other hand, for complete control over all aspects of your forms, you can use the Properties window.

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You can download the Chapter 13.mdb sample file for this chapter from http://www.quepublishing.com/. If you want to follow along with our examples, download Chapter 12.mdb.



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