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Microsoft Access Database 2013 Tutorial On Forms

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MS Access forms are ways of making your data entry convenient, safe without exposing its profound work to most database users and provide a smooth workflow reflecting business practices. The benefit of taking the time to build good and workable forms will pay dividends later. Importing/Creating The Database In creating an access form, the first thing you need to do is to either import or create the database. As a pre-step, follow the simple steps below: When you open your Microsoft Access […]

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Microsoft Access Database Forms: Highlight Current Record For A Continuous Form

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As you migrate from version to version, working with Microsoft Access database forms becomes more intuitive and easier to design and implement using the pre-built templates, wizards and improving richer set of formatting tools. Conditional formatting (once it was introduced) started life as a setting for up to three conditional formats which satisfied most requirements but now the with the later versions, it’s layered and can exceed this number for true flexibility and complex conditioning. The point here is what […]

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Access Form Designs – How To Create A Report Interface For Your Access Database

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For the more polished and professional database, using Access form designs doesn’t necessarily mean viewing records from tables and queries. It can also serve as a general way to manage your MS Access database objects namely Access reports. For example, running reports from a nicely designed form showing a list of available reports that calls another form (perhaps for its criteria) before it actually displays the preview or hard copy report can improve the usability of your custom built application. […]

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ListBox Controls In Microsoft Access Database Forms

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ListBox Controls In Microsoft Access Database Forms – Simple To Create This video tutorial (less than 3 minutes) demonstrates what Listbox controls are in a Microsoft Access form and explains the difference between this control and the similar ComboBox control. ListBox Controls In Microsoft Access Database Forms – An Alternative To The ComboBox Control Using default control wizard utility, the system builds Listbox controls (including the ComboBox too) in seconds with the option of either defining your own value list […]

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Why Use Microsoft Access Database Forms

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Microsoft Access forms allows data to be presented, managed and controlled in a user-friendly environment making your database system more intuitive to use. Designing Access forms is critical especially for other users who will be responsible for the day-to-day running of a database and who have very little knowledge of the structure of an Access database or any of its background processes. This type of object is deemed as part of the front-end of Microsoft Access and is an optional […]

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