In Access forms ensure you're entering the right data in the right location. Use forms in Access to keep your Access database accurate.
While you can always enter data directly into database tables, you might find it easier to use forms. Using a form to enter data lets you make sure you're entering the right data in the right location and format. This can help keep your database accurate and consistent.
This lesson will address the benefits of using forms in a database. You will review examples of different forms and form components. Finally, you will learn how to use forms to enter new records and view and edit existing ones.
In this lesson, we will be working with forms in our sample database. If you would like to follow along, download our example and use it to follow the procedures demonstrated.