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Access Tip: Form / SubForm
By Richard Rost   Richard Rost on Twitter Richard Rost on LinkedIn Email Richard Rost   12 years ago

Q: I need to be able to track my students in a database along with what courses each student is enrolled for, and what date the course begins. How would I go about doing this?

A: For this, you would create two tables - one for your Students, and another for the Courses that student is taking. Then you would set up a Form with a Subform so that you can enter in all of the courses for that student, along with the details.

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I teach the concepts in this free mini tutorial in my Access 202 course. These are full courses - over 60 minutes in length each. I spend a lot more time going over how to do this, in addition to lots more tips and tricks.

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James L 
4 years ago
I have finally been able to create a querie that works well for my form.  After hours of trying to get it right, my form looks good.  But, now, I need to be able to create the next record.  I keep getting a "Bling" when I try to type in a new record.  I truly don't want to have to start over.  Any advice? Read More...
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tabassum 
9 years ago
want to create sub-form with one to many relationship


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Richard Rost 
12 years ago
Travione, I cover basic form creation in my Access 101 through 104 tutorials, but there's a LOT to it. It's not hard, but making good forms is more of an art than a science. :)
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travione Robinson 
12 years ago
just want to knoe how to create and make a new form on my own the correct way
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