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What is a Form?

What is a Form in Microsoft Access?


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Forms are used for viewing and editing data on your screen. You can use different types of controls such as text boxes, command buttons, list boxes, and more. Forms can also be used to create menus and a complete user interface for your database.

Level: Beginner
Course: Access Beginner Level 1
Parent: Introduction to Access
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