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While the Form Wizard does a good job of creating a form, you can do much more to improve the result For example, you can do the following: Add a form header with a title Resize the form Change control properties Add special controls, such as the current date Move, resize, and reformat the controls Change the text of attached labels Add lines and rectangles for emphasis Change the progression of the cursor through the controls when the tab key is pressed (the tab order) Before starting to modify the new Current Workorders form, look at the form properties to see how they influence the appearance and behavior of the form
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To examine the form properties, switch to Design view and double-click the form selector, or press f4 to open the Property Sheet These properties affect the entire form
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Other properties can be set to apply to form sections and individual controls on the form The following tabs appear on the Property Sheet: Format Control aspects of the form appearance from the caption in the title bar to the palette source that controls the colors Scroll down the list to see the rest of the properties
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datasheet, the splitter bar, form size, and printing the form Data Determine what data is displayed and affect how the form handles the data, including the filter and sort order, and whether to use the form for data entry only Event Specify what is to happen when the form opens or closes, or when the user does something such as update a record, press a key, or click a command button Forms have more than 50 event properties to which you can attach actions when creating an application 18 discusses events and event procedures Other Miscellaneous properties such as Pop Up and Modal, which determine the form s behavior with respect to the rest of the work space Other properties also specify custom ribbons and shortcut menus, and add links to custom help topics All The complete list of form properties
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To see a description of a property, click in the property box and read the text displayed in the status bar You can see the default setting for the property when you re starting a new form, before you begin to make changes to the properties
NOTE For a complete discussion of form and control properties, consult the Quick Reference on the
CD that accompanies this book
Changing Form Sections
Access forms can contain several sections: Detail Contains the record data You can show data from one record in the Detail section or as many records as can fit on the screen Form Header Contains information to show at the top of the screen for every record for example, a title, instructions, or command buttons that open another form or print the current form The information is printed at the top of the first page Form Footer Contains information to show at the bottom of the screen for every record and at the bottom of the last page of the printed form Page Header Contains information such as a title, graphics, or column headings that appear at the top of each page when the form is printed or previewed This section isn t visible in Form view Page Footer Contains information that appears at the bottom of each page when the form is printed or previewed This section isn t visible in Form view
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Adding Form Header and Footer Sections
By default, a form created by the wizard from a single table or query has a Detail section and Form Header and Footer sections The Form Header and Footer sections contain information that appear at the top and bottom of the form This information remains on the screen as you scroll through records in the Detail section In the new Current Workorders form, the Form Header section bar appears above the Detail section with no space between it and the Detail section bar If you scroll down the form design, you also will see the Footer section To increase the size of the Form Header section, move the mouse pointer to the top of the Detail section bar When the pointer changes to a black plus sign (+) with up and down arrows, click-and-drag the bar down To add a title to the form header, do the following: 1 On the Design tab in the Controls group, click the Title command The Form Header section expands and the name of the form is added 2 Using the Formatting group on the Design tab, you can change the appearance of the title, if you want to 3 You can drag the Title box to center it in the header, if necessary, or change the text in the title Figure 11-7 shows the Current Workorders form design with a title in the new Form Header section
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