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Microsoft Access : How to select table while designing Forms

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    tkprakash New Member

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    Hello,
    While designing MS Access Forms, (in the manual method) I was at a loss as how to select a table/tables based on which the form is built.

    can anybody help...?

    lovingly,
    thomaskparkash
     
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    Hello friends,

    why nobody is responding to such a simple question...?

    Is anybody there to help...?


    thanking you all in advance

    thomskprakash
     
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    Friends,

    Myself will answer. It is by double clicking on the rectangular space where the vertical and horizontal scales meet in the form that you get the form dialog box. From 'form' property window you can click on 'datasource' where you get the required tables in the database.

    Alternately, you can also right click on the title bar of the form to get the form property box.

    with regards,
    thomaskprakash
     
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