Forms - Forms Forms vs Datasheet View Datasheet view is a hard way to work with data Forms are much cleaner Not visually pleasing Clunky to work

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Datasheet view is a hard way to work with data Not visually pleasing Clunky to work with sometimes Forms are much cleaner Generally see one record at a time without scrolling Can edit, delete, add and view records easily (you can even add decorative and descriptive info onto  the form) Forms vs Datasheet View
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Very similar to the other views you already know  about Form View – for using the form Layout View – For moving the elements around Design View – For customizing the form and add-ons. The three views
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Bound Controls – Have associated data fields or  source in the database Unbound controls – Basically labels, they have no  data source Calculated Controls – Has an expression rather  than a field associated with it. Remember, do not store calculated fields in the 
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This note was uploaded on 02/10/2012 for the course CIS 250 taught by Professor Wright during the Spring '09 term at S. Alabama.

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Forms - Forms Forms vs Datasheet View Datasheet view is a hard way to work with data Forms are much cleaner Not visually pleasing Clunky to work

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