Inside Microsoft Office

Start from the ground up: Master controls before you build forms and reports

Inside Microsoft Office

by Aaron Watkins

Whether you’re using Access to track inventory, manage health records, or keep track of wedding guests, there are basically two types of tasks you can perform in Access – put information in and get information out. Forms are generally the best way to input your data, and reports are generally the best way to output data. However, controls are the backbone of any form or report. Taking the time to understand and[…]


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