Updating access form
The screen pictures and examples for this advanced tutorial were done using Microsoft Access 2013. For the most part the features and screens shown here are virtually identical to the Access 2010 and Access 2007 versions.
The intent of this tutorial is to cover more advanced features of MS Access Forms Design including the following: In my MS Access 2007/2010 tutorial the basic steps for creating a “single table” form and a “Master Detail” form were introduced.
Some of the concepts to review here including running through the Create Form wizard, selecting tables and fields, form colors and designs and working with (navigating) forms.
For example, in the section on Creating and Running a Data Entry Form the Customer Data entry form was created: The general idea we are working here is to make entering and updating data as easy as possible for the users.
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We have created over 200 programming examples from nearly all aspects of Access database development including: VBA/visual basic examples, form samples, report coding & table design, and SQL query coding recommendations.
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These code examples are divided by major subject such as queries, visual basic, report programming, etc.
On each of the subject pages we go into further detail about the specific examples contained in that subject.
In Microsoft Access, a form (or data entry form) acts like a “window” into the database schema.
An individual form focuses the attention of the user to one or a few of the tables at a time.