Overview of How to Create a Navigation Form in Access You can quickly and easily create a navigation form in Access. A navigation form performs the same function as a switchboard form does within your database. A navigation form in Access contains buttons you click to open other database objects, like reports and forms.
Overview of How to Create Combo Box Controls in Access Combo box controls in Access allow you to create drop-down menus. These let users select a choice to make an entry within a field. The choices available in the combo box menu can come from different sources. You can use a table or query,
Create a Form in Word: Overview You can easily create a form in Word based on existing documents or templates. To create a form in Word, first create a normal document or template to use as the basis for your form. Then enter information into that document you want to remain unchanging. This unchanging
Overview of How to Create a Dropdown or List Box in Acrobat Pro DC You can create a dropdown or list box in Acrobat Pro DC within forms. Dropdowns let a user choose from a dropdown menu. You can also set them to let a user type a value into the dropdown. A user
Find Transactions in QuickBooks Desktop Pro: Overview To find transactions in QuickBooks Desktop Pro at a later point in time, you can use the “Find” feature. To find an invoice, or any other type of transaction, open the associated form for which you want to search. Using the example of finding an invoice, you
Respond to a Form Using Acrobat: Overview To respond to a form using Acrobat, either click the link within the email message or open the form attachment within the email. You may need to save the attachment to your computer first, depending on the email client you use. Once you open the attachment in Acrobat
Use Data Entry Forms in Access: Overview After creating data entry forms, you can use data entry forms in Access to edit, create, and navigate table records. Navigating within a data entry form is exactly like navigating through records in the datasheet view of a table. You can use the “Tab” key on
Use the Field List in Access: Overview You can use the Field List in Access to easily add data fields to a data entry form. Most forms are connected to an underlying table or query from which they display and/or update the table data. In form design view, you can access the list of