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Finally, click the View button to go to Design view. 19. Although this grid is a bit more complex than the grids you’ve seen before, you should be able to get a general idea of how the form is constructed. 19 The form design view is more complex than some of the grids in Access, but the actual use of the grid is, paradoxically, easier. Again, as in the query design grid, there’s a box (window really) showing the available fields for this form based on the table it’s bound to (tblFriends). The toolbox (a toolbar that floats by default) toward the center of the screen holds the tools (or controls) you can use to construct your forms.

Although this grid is a bit more complex than the grids you’ve seen before, you should be able to get a general idea of how the form is constructed. 19 The form design view is more complex than some of the grids in Access, but the actual use of the grid is, paradoxically, easier. Again, as in the query design grid, there’s a box (window really) showing the available fields for this form based on the table it’s bound to (tblFriends). The toolbox (a toolbar that floats by default) toward the center of the screen holds the tools (or controls) you can use to construct your forms.

That will move you one record at a time through the records until you’re at the last record. You can jump forward and backward using the buttons with lines on them. The button with a star on it will jump you to a new record—the expressway to data entry. Pull down the View button on the toolbar and choose Datasheet View from the pull-down list. That will change your screen to look similar to the underlying table. 18 shows this view. 18 The Datasheet view is a form, too. Finally, click the View button to go to Design view.

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