NPAccess2013_T08_PPT

new perspectives on microsoft access 2013 xp xp 27

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Unformatted text preview: 2013 XP XP 27 Creating a Tabbed Form Using a Tab Control New Perspectives on Microsoft Access 2013 XP XP 28 Creating a Tabbed Form Using a Tab P XP X Control (Cont.) • • Use the Tab Control tool to insert a tab control, which is a control that appears with tabs at the top, with one tab for each form Users can switch between forms by clicking the tabs New Perspectives on Microsoft Access 2013 29 Creating a Tabbed Form Using a Tab P XP X Control (Cont.) New Perspectives on Microsoft Access 2013 30 Creating a Tabbed Form Using a Tab P XP X Control (Cont.) New Perspectives on Microsoft Access 2013 31 Creating a Tabbed Form Using a Tab P XP X Control (Cont.) New Perspectives on Microsoft Access 2013 32 Integrating Access with Other Programs • • XP XP When you integrate information between programs, the program containing the original information, or object, is called the source program, and the program in which you place the information created by the source program is called the destination program Access offers three ways for you to integrate objects created by other programs – Importing - When you import an object, you include the contents of a file in a new table or append it to an existing table, or you include the contents of the file in a form, report, or field New Perspectives on Microsoft Access 2013 33 Integrating Access with Other Programs XP XP (Cont.) – – Embedding - When you embed an object in a form, report, or field, you preserve its connection to the source program, which enables you to edit the object. However, any changes you make to the object are reflected only in the form, report, or field in which it is embedded; the changes do not affect the original object in the file from which it was embedded Linking - When you link an object to a form, report, or field, you include a connection in the destination program to the original file maintained by the source program; you do not store data from the file in the destination program. Any changes you make to the original file using the...
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