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Video: Set the record source for a form or report
Video The record source is a table, query, or SQL statement that contains the actual data that is shown on a form or report. A form or report that displays records is...
Access 2010
Set the default form that appears when you open a database or Web application
Article In many databases, it is helpful to have the same form open automatically every time that you open the database. To set the default startup form, you specify th...
Access 2010
Create a tabbed form
Article This [technique] allowed me to take a lot of fields that would have been on one screen and break it down into multiple small screens within the same record. ~Of...
Access 2010
Create a split form
Article With a split form you can view your data in two ways -- a Form view and a Datasheet view.
Access 2010
Set the tab order for controls
Article When you use a form, you can switch between controls by pressing the TAB key. You can specify the order in which the controls on a form respond to the TAB key. ...
Access 2010
Add a field to a form or report
Article Learn how to add fields to a form by using the Fields List or by creating a control and then binding it to a field.
Access 2010
Resources for learning about Access forms
Article Use the resources in this article to learn all the basics you'll need to create, customize, and manage forms in a Microsoft Access client or Web database.
Access 2010
Create a form by using the Form Wizard
Article Access provides several quick-create form tools on the Create tab, each of which lets you create a form with a single click. However, if you want to be more sel...
Access 2010
Create a form by using the Multiple Items tool
Article A multiple item form, also known as a continuous form, lets you show information from more than one record at a time. The data is arranged in rows and columns (...
Access 2010
Create a form by using the Form tool
Article You can use the Form tool to quickly create a single item form. This type of form displays information about one record at a time, as shown in the following ill...
Access 2010
Create a control that references a control on another form
Article This article describes you how to add a text box control to a form, and then set the properties for that text box so that it displays a value from a control on ...
Access 2010
Create PivotTable or PivotChart views in a desktop database
Article PivotTable and PivotChart views in Access desktop databases.
Access 2013, Access 2010
Introduction to controls
Article This article describes the different kinds of controls available in Access, and shows how to add controls to forms and reports. Controls are the parts of a form...
Access 2010
Add Web browsing to a form
Article In Access 2010, in addition to adding hyperlinks, you can also add live web content to a form.
Access 2010
Add a custom title or icon to a database
Article Customizing your Microsoft Office Access database with a meaningful title or icon can help make it easier for users to identify the database. What do you want t...
Access 2010
Format ... in Access
Article The word "format" can refer to a variety of Access features and tasks. This article provides links to articles and videos about format, based on what you're try...
Access 2010, Access 2007
Create a form that contains a subform
Article Learn how to create a form that contains a subform (also known as a one-to-many form, a parent/child form, or a hierarchical form).
Access 2010
Introduction to forms
Article A form is a database object that you can use to create a user interface for a database application. A "bound" form is one that is directly connected to a data s...
Access 2010
Create a tabbed form
Article Tabs on forms can help create a more organized look and make forms easier to use.
Access 2013
Set the tab order for controls
Article Press the Tab key to switch between controls in a form. You can also customize the controls' response order to the Tab key.
Access 2013
Set the default form that appears when you open a database or Web application
Article To automatically display a specific for everytime you start an Access database, set this option.
Access 2013
Add Web browsing to a form
Article Use a browser control that lets you display Web pages on your Access form.
Access 2013
Create a split form
Article With a split form you can view your data in two ways -- a Form view and a Datasheet view.
Access 2013
Create a form by using the Form tool
Article To display information about one record at a time on your Access form, use the Form tool option to create the form.
Access 2013
Create a form by using the Form Wizard
Article When creating Access forms, to select which fields appear on the form, try the Form Wizard instead of the Create tab.
Access 2013
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