Controlling input with option groups


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Controlling input with option groups

Yes/No Data Type fields have several different ways that the user can interact with them. The most common is with a Checkbox an Option Button or a Toggle Button. We can also group several of these elements together in what is called an option group to deal with more complex data entry. We are going to continue working with a simple form to capture product reviews that we created in the last movie. I will double-click to open it and we will see that we can select an oil name from this drop-down menu and entering comments here that we want to add to our Review. Let me go ahead and open up this Reviews table. I will double-click on it to open and we will see that the Reviews table also has two fields, one for Rating, here, which is the numerical value and one for Public.

A Checkbox or Yes/No data type that says whether or not we can use the review on our website. I am going to go ahead and close this table down and we will change our format to Design View, here. I am going to go up to the cont...

Controlling input with option groups
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Controlling input with option groups provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Adam Wilbert as part of the Access 2010: Forms and Reports in Depth

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Business
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Access
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