Forms in Access

Intermediate

Access 2016 uses a special object type called Forms to represent data visually on screen. Forms are a great method to add exciting front-end user functionality to boring databases and offer ways to protect your data from well-intentioned mistakes. Starting with simple forms and the Forms Wizard, you will quickly move to more complex forms that include sub-forms. Good form design will rocket your database into the next level of professional recognition and usability.

  • Custom Forms Design
  • The Control Layout
  • Form Wizards
  • Using Subforms
  • Command Buttons
  • Finding and Editing Records
  • Split Forms
  • Database Menus

Class Length: 4 hours. Can include up to 15 attendees in one session.