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  • 1. Forms 5.02 Understand database queries, forms, and reports.
  • 2. Forms
    • Forms control and simplify data input by presenting the information in a user-friendly format.
    • They provide drop-down menus, instructions, navigational controls, and graphics.
  • 3. Advantages of Forms
    • Well developed forms expedite the search and data entry processes.
    • Well designed forms are easy to read and understand.
    • Forms allow information to be censored.
      • For example, a hotel reservation form posted on the web may allow users to select a type of room and the arrival and departure dates, but prevent or hide users from viewing the details of the hotel rates.
  • 4. Common Elements of Forms
    • Graphic elements , such as lines and shapes
    • Data displayed on forms is derived from the fields in the underlying table or query or added by a user
    • Calculations are performed by properties that are set by a user within the form’s design
    • Descriptive text
    • Subforms are forms that are embedded in and connected to a main form through a common field.
  • 5.