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Exploring the form property sheet

Exploring the form property sheet: Access 2013 Essential Training
Exploring the form property sheet: Access 2013 Essential Training

All elements in Microsoft Access have properties. For example, table fields have properties like length, index, caption or required. The objects you place in your forms also have properties. However, there are many properties you can modify in forms, and they have been placed in a separate tab called the Property Sheet. This video is all about exploring the form property sheet to help you learn how to apply these various options.

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