Course | December 11 | 1:30-4 p.m. | 28 University Hall
This course details the process of creating new Form objects in a Microsoft Access database. Emphasis is placed on core functional concepts of data transmission to Tables, Controls and Control properties, design and formatting, and calculated Controls. Understand the purpose and interdependencies of the six major database object types. Understand the functional concepts of Form objects such as Record Sources, Control Sources, and bound and unbound Objects and Controls. Identify Form Sections and their functional purpose. Understand the distinct views of Form Objects. Specify key Form and Control properties and understand the significance of their settings. Design and format Form Controls manually and via Control Wizards. Apply anchoring settings to promote adaptive display. Create Option Groups and calculated Controls. Integrate graphics and background images to enhance Form appearance. Develop a relational user interface by embedding Subform objects. Enhance Form navigation by categorizing Form elements on Tab Controls.