Access Database Forms: Should We Use Unbound Forms?

Access Database Forms: Should We Use Unbound Forms?

I’ve always been a big fan of Microsoft Access databases, why? Because I like the way a rich application like this can be customised and designed from the floor up with little IT programming and development knowledge. Plus, I like building things 🙂

As a recap, knowing the difference between what an unbound versus a bound Access form is will help divide the distinction and allow you to determine which approach will suit best.

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MS Access like any other development IDE will provide an endless set of properties across the ‘one-stop shop’ set of objects and forms are no different. One property we are talking about of course is Continue reading “Access Database Forms: Should We Use Unbound Forms?”

Microsoft Access Database Tutorial – How To Use Spellchecker On A MS Access Form

Microsoft Access Database Tutorial – How To Use Spellchecker On A MS Access Form

You’ve seen the Microsoft’s spell checker tool across Word, Excel and other Office applications and it’s even available within Microsoft Access database too.

When entering data into any input control, text box, memo fields or anywhere else users enter text, you can quickly call the spell checker tool using the keyboard shortcut F7.

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If you use MS Access forms and in all honesty, you should be using them, you could automate the spell checker tool on selective controls using Continue reading “Microsoft Access Database Tutorial – How To Use Spellchecker On A MS Access Form”