This lesson assists users in creating Microsoft Access forms that allows users to enter data into a database.

Objectives and Skills edit

Objectives and skills for this lesson include:

Readings edit

  1. McFadyen: Relational Databases and Microsoft Access - Chapter 3 (Microsoft Access Forms)

Multimedia edit

  1. Global: Access 2016 Creating Forms
  2. YouTube: Access 2016 Forms - Form Wizard
  3. YouTube: Access Control Wizard Command Button
  4. YouTube: How to add Button in Microsoft Access

Activities edit

  1. Complete the tutorial GCF Global: Creating Forms.
  2. Review McFadyen: Relational Databases and Microsoft Access - Chapter 4 (Microsoft Access Queries). Complete all of the exercises in Chapter 4.

Lesson Summary edit

  • Forms display and enter data.[1]
  • A form is a front end for data entry and editing.[2]

Key Terms edit

Form Wizard
A software wizard or setup assistant is a user interface type that presents a user with a sequence of dialog boxes that lead the user through a series of well-defined steps.[3]
Footers appear at the bottom of a page.[4]
Headers are portions of a document that always appear at the top of a page.[5]
A label is a graphical control element which displays text on a form.[6]

See Also edit

References edit