Question by  Dawn22 (63)

What is the purpose of an Access form?


Answer by  rhickok1109 (233)

An Access form allows you to control the type of information that a user enters into a table and it also protects existing data from the user.


Answer by  technogeek (6640)

Access is a database program that lets you keep track of records. It can be used to keep lists of things that you will need to be able to manipulate in several ways and is very handy when keeping things like mailing lists. I use it to sort the DVD's in my collection.


Answer by  Satharn (44)

The use of forms is to ensure that the data entered in the correct format like containing the accuracy over the type,date,integer or etc information. Also it helps in the protection and accuracy of the data entered by the user. Direct access to the data of access forms are not recommended in practice.


Answer by  Jalaine11 (2043)

An access form allows you to create or extract information from a database that you create. You follow the required steps to create your database of whatever information you wish to include.


Answer by  Bobby50 (82)

Normally MC Access is used for database purpose. Not only for the database purpose, it can be used for creating a dialog for databse, purpose reports. Access is an affordable for most business options. If a databse is created with access will help us to create easily reports,tables and many more.


Answer by  worker8388 (994)

Access is a database management program. Using Access we can create and extract data from relational databases. It includes multi-user capabilities. Access form can be used to easily create reports and tables. Using wizards we can create objects. Also Access features database wizard ,form wizard and report wizard. Access is a useful option for many businesses.


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