Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Entering the Data in Datasheet View
Figure 3-1:
records in
view (left)
and in a
form (right).
Here are the advantages of entering the data in a form:
You don’t have to scroll left or right to see all the fields.
Getting from field to field is easier.
Fields are clearly labeled so that you always know what to enter.
Entering the Data in Datasheet View
Entering data in Datasheet view is like entering data in a conventional table.
As with a table, a datasheet has columns and rows. Records are entered in
rows, and each column represents a field. Fans of Datasheet view like being
able to look at a dozen records simultaneously. For fans of Datasheet view,
these pages explain how to enter data in a datasheet and change a
datasheet’s appearance.
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