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Chapter 11. Getting Data from Access and... > Returning Data from a Database to a ...

Returning Data from a Database to a User Form

It's not always desirable to return data to a worksheet from a database. Particularly when there are many fields that you want the user to see, to edit or to otherwise respond to, you should consider putting the data in a user form.

You establish a user form by switching to the Visual Basic Editor and choosing UserForm from the Insert menu. With an empty form active, you can use the Control Toolbox to place controls—text boxes, combo boxes, option buttons, multi-page controls, command buttons, and so on—on your form.


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