Creating Forms in Microsoft Access
By Mike Chapple, About.com Guide
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Provide a title for your form
Select something easily recognizable -- this is how your form will appear in the database menu. Let's call our form "Customers" in this case. Select the next action and click Finish. You may open the form as a user will see it and begin viewing, modifying and/or entering new data. Alternatively, you may open the form in design view to make modifications to the form's appearance and properties. Let's do the latter and explore some of the options available to us.