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XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Office Access 2003, Second Edition- Tutorial 4 1 Microsoft Office Access 2003 Tutorial 4 – Creating Forms and Reports
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XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Office Access 2003, Second Edition- Tutorial 4 2 Create a form using the Form Wizard You can create a form from scratch or you can create a form using the Form Wizard. The Form Wizard will lead you through a series of choices to help you develop the form based on a table or a query. You will need to select the type of layout you want for your form, the style of the form, and a name for the form. After you have selected the table or query on which the form will be based, you will select which field(s) will be used on the form.
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XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Office Access 2003, Second Edition- Tutorial 4 3 Open the Form Wizard dialog box
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XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Office Access 2003, Second Edition- Tutorial 4 4 Use Form Wizard to choose a form layout
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XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Office Access 2003, Second Edition- Tutorial 4 5 Use Form Wizard to select a style for the form
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XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Office Access 2003, Second Edition- Tutorial 4 6 Completed Form
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XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Office Access 2003, Second Edition- Tutorial 4 7 Change a form's AutoFormat You may want to change the appearance of a form after it has been created with the Form Wizard. Clicking on the AutoFormat button and then make your selection. Click the button beside each format to view a sample of that particular format. Once you have decided on a format, click OK.
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XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Office Access 2003, Second Edition- Tutorial 4 8 A completed form created with the Form Wizard
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XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Office Access 2003, Second Edition- Tutorial 4 9 The AutoFormat dialog box
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XP New Perspectives on Microsoft Office Access 2003, Second Edition- Tutorial 4 10 Find data using a form You can navigate through all the records in a form, but you may want to find a particular record more quickly.
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