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Add a Record to a Form
Add a Record to a Form
You can use forms to quickly add records to your Access databases. Forms present your record
fields in an easy-to-read format. When you use a form to add records, the form presents each
field in your table as a labeled box that you can use to enter data.
After you enter a record in a form, you can edit it if necessary. (See the tip for more information.)
For help locating a particular record in the form window in order to edit it, see the next section,
“Navigate Records in a Form.”
Add a Record to a Form
1 In the Navigation pane,
double-click the form to
which you want to add a
A Access opens the form.
2 Click the Home tab.
3 Click the New button in
the Records group.
B Access displays a blank form,
placing the insertion point in
the first field.
C By default, the first field in
the table associated with
this form is a unique ID
number for the record. Access
sets this value automatically.
4 Press
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