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Continuous Forms. Click to Open Specific Product.


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Learn how to create continuous forms in Microsoft Access. Otherwise known as List Forms, these allow you to scroll up and down and view all of the products in a table or query. We will create a continuous form to display a list of our products. I'll also show you how to click on one of the products, and then click on a command button to open up the single form for that specific product.

Wyatt from Anchorage, Alaska (a Gold Member) asks: How can I display all of my products in a list so that that I can scroll up and down through them. I'd also like to be able to click on one to open up that product's form. A total count of products and my total inventory value would also be nice to see, too. Thanks!

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I'll show you how to calculate a line total (qty on hand * unit price) in addition to form footer totals for the total value of your inventory and the total number of products on hand.

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