In Access 2010, data is stored in tables, but you’ll often use forms to view and edit the information. Compared to tables, forms are easier and faster to use. In many databases, forms play a crucial role, as they allow you to add data to several related tables at once. By making sure that the data goes exactly where it needs to, the form helps keep your database organized and problem-free.
Forms often include special tools like drop-down menus, buttons and checkboxes. These tools not only make the form easier to use, but also ensure that the data is entered in the proper format.
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