One of things Access does best is let you create objects such as forms and reports quickly.
By using wizards, you can create these objects with only a couple of clicks of the mouse.
However, although forms and reports can be created quickly, that does not mean they are necessarily powerful tools or all that attractive.
When you have forms that are attractive and exciting, people enjoy using the overall application all that much more.
By the end of this module, you will know how to:
Create a form by using Design view and assign a record source
Add a format to an existing form
Insert a graphic onto a form
Know the ways to view a forms properties
Modify various properties of a form
View some of the ways to change control properties
Work with multiple controls and know how to align and size them all at once
Modify the various form sections (headers, footers, and detail)
As you can see, there is a lot to cover in this module.
In the next lesson, you will learn how to create a form by using Design view and how to assign a record source.
If you add a field from the Field List pane, the field is often displayed as a text box with an associated label (attached to the text box). You can add other unbound text boxes and labels
from the label and text box controls.