Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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4. A form tool that creates a customizable form that displays multiple records from a
source table or query in a datasheet format.
5. A form that displays a form’s data in Form view and Datasheet view at the same
time; the views are synchronized with each other at all times.
6. Anchor
Session 6.2
1. A bound form has a table or query as its record source, and is used to maintain and
display table data.
2. A bound control is connected to a field in the database; an unbound control is not.
3. grid
4. move
5. Click the text box to select it, position the pointer anywhere on the border of the
text box (but not on a move or sizing handle), and then drag the text box and its
attached label.
6. Select the control, position the pointer on a sizing handle, and then drag the pointer
in the appropriate direction until it is the desired size.
7. combo box
8. Right-click the label, click Properties on the shortcut menu, click the All tab, and
then change the entry in the Caption text box.
9. The Form Header section lets you add titles, instructions, command buttons, and
other controls to the top of a form. This section of the form does not change as you
navigate through the records.
Session 6.3
1. table or query
2. Subform/Subreport
3. Sum
4. field name, expression
5. The Tab Stop property specifies whether users can use the Tab key to move to a con-
trol on a form. Tab order is the order in which you move from control to control, or
change the focus, in a form when you press the Tab key.
6. Focus refers to the control that is currently active and awaiting user action; focus
also refers to the object and record that is currently active.
7. Special Effect
Ending Data Files
Case1
Case2
Panorama.accdb
Products.accdb
Contract.accdb
Training.accdb
Case3
Case4
Case5
Agency.accdb
Vacation.accdb
ACE.accdb
 
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