In the previous chapter, you created several forms using the design tools provided by Access. This is what Access does really well, and this is why it is such a popular platform for creating database solutions. It is really easy to create forms for your existing tables. The primary constraint, however, is that the standard forms can only access a single table. There are some ways around this. For example, you can use a query to join related tables and then the form can access all the fields in the query. This is really helpful, especially with a normalized database. You can also use subforms when a parent/child relationship exists between the tables.
KeywordsForm Object Event Handler Form Header Form View Property Sheet
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