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Part: VI Tracking with Access 2003 > Entering and Displaying Access 2003 Data

Hour 18. Entering and Displaying Access 2003 Data

You're now ready to enter and edit Access database data. Once you enter the data, you need to print the data to proofread for accuracy and to keep a hard copy as a backup. Although Access provides advanced and fancy reporting tools, you don't have to master those tools to print your Access data, as you will learn in this hour. When you gather a large amount of data, being able to print the data in a meaningful format is important and Access gives you the tools to do just that.

Finally, this lesson explains how to use the Form Wizard to generate forms that match your data. Forms offer a different perspective from datasheets. The Access forms you create resemble printed forms onscreen.

The highlights of this hour include the following:

  • How to enter data into tables

  • Which table-editing commands Access supports

  • How to print tables

  • When to use the Form Wizard to generate forms from tables

  • How to use forms for data entry and editing

  • How to print forms


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