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Excel in Practice

Excel’s data-entry forms are plain and just not very functional. Searching for data and checking that entered data is correct is difficult. By using Excel’s data together with the Microsoft Access Form feature, you can use Access instead of Excel for data entry. Figures 29.24 and 29.25 show data forms in Excel and Access for you to compare.

Figure 29.24. This plain-Jane data form in Excel is functional, but that’s it.



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