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Adding related table-based controls to a form

Adding related table-based controls to a form: Access: Building a Sales Database
Adding related table-based controls to a form: Access: Building a Sales Database

Data entry controls, such as combo boxes and list boxes, provide handy drop lists of data values that the person entering or editing data can use to maintain consistent, reliable data. Learn how the use of controls eliminates threats to data integrity, such as typos and transpositions.

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