Adding or editing table data can sometimes become tedious or difficult, which is why we often use forms instead. You can create a form from a table in a couple of clicks, and often it will automatically create a sub-form that allows you to edit data from a related table. The form will include all of the fields from your table, and you can simply type the values you want in each field. However, you can also create a drop-down menu (called a combo box) which you can use to choose a value instead of typing it. This can make your form easier and faster to use.
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