Published on 21 Aug 2013 | over 3 years ago

Forms are great for designing a nice, clean user interface for your database. They're especially perfect if other people need to work with your database because you can present to them only the data they need to see - and lock everything else. You will learn how to build forms to show a single record, multiple records (continuous forms), and a split form to show both. You'll learn about labels and text boxes, how to resize them, and how to save your form. We'll discuss editing data in your form, using record selectors to delete records, and how to use navigation buttons to move around.

Lesson 10 covers: Why use forms? What are forms good for? Create a simple customer form, Different ways to build forms, Single Form, Label and Text Box, Form View, Layout View, Resizing Text Boxes, Layout View uses Rows & Columns, Save Form, Delete Form Title & Logo, Open in Form View, Editing Data, Using Navigation Buttons, Pencil indicates Dirty record, Record Selector, Delete a Record, Create a Multiple Items form, Continuous Forms, Create a Split Form.

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