Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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In this tutorial, you examined general form design guidelines and learned how to use them
in planning a custom form. You learned how to change a lookup field back to a Text field,
to print database relationships, and to use the Documenter. You created a datasheet form,
a multiple items form, and a split form, and you modified a form in Layout view. After creat-
ing a blank bound form, you learned how to add bound controls to a form, and how to
select, move, align, resize, delete, and rename controls. You also learned how to add and
delete form headers and footers, how to add a combo box to display and update a field
and a combo box to find records, how to add a subform to a form, how to add calculated
controls to a subform and a main form, and how to change the tab order in a form.
Finally, you learned how to improve the visual appearance of a form.
Key Terms
Anchor property
bound control
bound form
calculated control
Caption property
combo box
Combo Box tool
control
control layout
Control Margins property
Control Padding property
Control Source property
Control Wizard
ControlTip Text property
Count function
custom form
Datasheet tool
Detail section
Display Control property
Documenter
Fill/Back Color button
focus
Form Footer section
Form Header section
form selector
grid
label
Line tool
move handle
Multiple Items tool
Name property
Record Source property
Rectangle tool
Row Source property
rulers
section bar
section selector
sizing handle
Special Effect property
Split Form tool
stacked layout
Subform/Subreport tool
Sum function
tab order
Tab Stop property
tabular layout
Text Box tool
unbound control
unbound form
Visible property
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