Microsoft Access 2010: Designing Forms

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If you look at Microsoft Access and imagine it looks like Microsoft Excel, you would be correct. After all, you have to work with columns, rows, data, and other similar aspects. However, Access offers some useful and unique features, one of which is the Form feature. Forms allow you to reduce errors in the key entry process because they help you to concentrate your view on a particular subject. They may also simply help you process information so it is easier to read and visualize. Learn how to design and modify a Form, as well as how to sort, filter, and edit data, through the information presented in this Video On Demand. Forms can be a useful Microsoft Access tool, so utilize the material presented here and master this feature. ,Cancel Printing of a Blank Report,Publishing Reports as PDF

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