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Create forms for a new Access 2007 database

Learn to create forms in Access
Learn how to create forms. Forms provide a window into your data, make your database look polished and professional, and help you enter data more accurately.

About this course

This course includes:

  • One self-paced lesson and one practice session for hands-on experience. The practice requires Access 2007.
  • A short test at the end of the lesson; the test is not scored.
  • A Quick Reference Card you can take away from the course.

Goals

After completing this course you will be able to:

  • Use the Form tool to create a simple form.
  • Use the Split Form tool to create a split form — a form that lets you work with single records and large amounts of data.
  • Use the Form Wizard to create a form.
  • Use Layout view to change a form.
  • Use Design view to change a form.

Before you begin

Design tables for a new Access 2007 database
Create tables for a new Access 2007 database
Build relationships for a new Access 2007 database
Create queries for a new Access 2007 database


This is the fifth course in a series that shows you how to learn Access from the ground up by creating an asset-tracking database. So far, you've built tables, relationships, and queries, and your coworkers have started using the database.

Now it's time to create forms. They make it easier and faster to enter and understand your data. They also put an attractive face on your database, and they let other users view only the data you want them to see.

This course explains how to create several types of forms. It builds on the other courses in the series, but also assumes you're a beginner.

To learn more about this course, read the text in Goals and About this course, or look at the table of contents. Then click Next to start the first lesson.

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