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Access Database Form Design
Access Forms Programming Tutorial: In this section of our website we provide programming tutorials and examples for several methods and issues associated with Access form design and programming. Our goal is to offer you information needed to create user-friendly Access forms. At the same time we hope that you will consider our services for your next database project or you'll contract with us for hourly consulting to help you with programming tasks on your current project.
Navigation links to the detailed Access form examples can be found on the navigation menu on the left side of the page. Below you will find excerpts from some of the examples. We have three sections of our website devoted to different aspects of Access form design and programming:
Access forms programming creates the user's interface to the data and database functions. User interface design and form functionality are key to successful database implementation.
Microsoft Access forms are easily setup with the form wizard. However, when you want to add functions and features to the form's operation and layout you'll eventually need to enter the world of Visual Basic. Access form programming data field validation, coordination of combo boxes, manual coordination of disconnected subforms, all provide a challenge to the casual user or novice Access developer when developing a smooth user interface. In this section of our website we cover Access forms examples for common issues found during form design, some of which you may not have seen before.
We don't use macros in any of our examples - all coding is done using visual basic, either directly attached to the form or as function and subroutine calls to visual basic modules.
Below is a list of our Access form design tutorials. Click the link to see the full example page:
Combo box/lookup lists advanced VBA with form popup. There are many
examples of dropdown list and combo box notinlist event handling on our website.
However, there are occasions when you will require advanced methods to handle
lists that are not one-column dropdown lists or combo boxes.
Access Forms Examples
Programming Subtotals Form Tutorial
Performance and Opening Speed
Don't miss our Access forms design and user interface design guidelines and recommendations. See what to do and what not to do in terms of combinations of fonts, colors and layouts from which to choose from. It is important to select a combination of features which will give a simple and pleasing interface to the user. See below a complete discussion on this topic at our Access Form Design & User Interface Design tutorial page.
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