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How to Create and Enter Data in an Access 2013 Form

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Go to the Create tab and click the Form Wizard button.

You see the first of several Form Wizard dialog boxes. Answer these questions and keep clicking the Next button until the time comes to click Finish:

Tables/Queries: From the drop-down list, choose the name of the database table you need to enter data in.

Selected Fields: Click the >> button to enter all the field names in the Select Fields box.

Layout: Select the Columnar option button. The other layouts aren’t much good for entering data in a table. If you choose Tabular or Datasheet, you may as well enter data straight into the datasheet rather than rely on a form.

Title: Name your form after the table you created it for so you can identify the form easily in the Navigation pane.

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