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Chapter 15. Designing Custom Multitable ... > In the Real World—Access Wizardry

In the Real World—Access Wizardry

Access 1.0 had only a few wizards; Access 2003 has 46, the same number as Access 2002. Microsoft defines a wizard as “A Microsoft Access tool that asks you questions and creates an object according to your questions.” The “Wizards, add-ins, and Builders in Microsoft Access 2003” 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.

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


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