Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
FIGURE 26.3
Each tab on a form contains controls, three of which are identified here.
CommandButton
TextBox
Label
In a nutshell, designing a custom form consists of arranging controls on the pages of the form. The
controls are selected and arranged to accommodate the information the form is designed to work
with. A form also has actions defined in VBScript.
Working with Pages
Every form template has a certain number of built-in pages. You cannot add pages to or delete
pages from a form, but you can control which ones are shown when the form is used. Pages whose
names are in parentheses are not displayed. To specify that a page should be displayed when the
form is run, or to change a page name, click the page’s tab, click the Page button on the ribbon,
and select either Display This Page or Rename This Page from the menu.
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