Microsoft Access Form Design

Course | December 11 | 1:30-4 p.m. | 28 University Hall

 Human Resources

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.

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 ksamsell@berkeley.edu