SBS_Lab7_Step2 - multiple items on the form: Make the font...

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Create a Form and Enter Data Lab 7, Step 2 Now that your Table has been created, you will create a form for data entry. Close the table you have been working on. You will see that it still remains in the Object List. A. Create and modify a Form based on your Inventory table. Select the Create Tab and then select Form. Access will automatically create a standard form for you: You now want to perform some customizations. Begin by deleting the ID field. Because this is an AutoNumber field, you do not want users to enter or change data in this field. Select Select the ID label, hold down the shift key and select the ID textbox:
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Right click and then select Delete form the menu. If it is not already open, select the Form Layout Tools tab:
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Look at the AutoFormat designs available to you and select one you like. You can select options to view the design: Make all of the labels bold. You can select multiple labels by holding down the shift key as you select
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Unformatted text preview: multiple items on the form: Make the font Bold: You can add additional spacing between the columns by selecting all of the items in the second column and then dragging them to the right to add spacing: Click on the Form Title to edit it make it more user friendly: Make any other changes that you think might make data entry more easy. Save the Form as frmInventory. B. Enter data using your form Enter the first item by filling in the fields: Use the Next record selector at the bottom of the form to move to a blank record: You can move back and forth between records using this selector. As you enter records, your table will automatically be populated with the data. For at least one record, select Office as the Location. When you are done entering data, close the form. Click on the Inventory table from the Object List: The data you have entered into the form will be in the table:...
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This note was uploaded on 08/27/2011 for the course BUSSINESS BIS155 taught by Professor Foster during the Winter '11 term at DeVry Federal Way.

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