Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Entering the Data in a Form
Figure 3-2:
dialog box.
Entering the Data in a Form
Forms like the one shown in Figure 3-3 are very convenient for entering data.
The labels tell you exactly what to enter. Personally, I prefer entering data in
a form to entering data on a datasheet. On a form, you take it one step —
make that one record — at a time. Not looking at a dozen records makes
the task of entering data a little easier. These pages explain how to create a
form for entering information in a database table. You also get tried-and-true
advice for moving around with the Navigation buttons.
Figure 3-3:
A form.
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