Examples Of Microsoft Access Data-Entry Forms, Switchboards, And Dialog Boxes

In Access, you can enter data directly into the tables in a database. However, you can make the process of entering and working with data much easier and more accurate if you use forms. You can create three types of forms in Access: Data-entry forms- you use data entry forms to add data to your database, or view, edit, and delete existing data. Switchboards -you create switchboards to simplify the process of starting the various forms and reports in a database. Custom dialog boxes- you create dialog boxes when you need to act on user input.

Provided by: Microsoft Topic: Data Management Date Added: Jun 2007 Format: HTML

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