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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Can 8850 Form Relating

Instructions and Help about Can 8850 Form Relating

Welcome to another tutorial brought to you by accesslearningzone.com. In this tutorial, I'll show you how to set up a multi-field search form so you can look for records in your Access databases. This is an intermediate level tutorial, and you should know how to build basic tables, forms, and queries. However, this lesson will not contain any programming. In today's lesson, we'll start out with a customer table with various fields such as first name, last name, city, and state. We'll build a form with multiple fields where we can type in the records we want to search for. For example, we can search for all the Smiths from Buffalo. We'll also include a condition that says not to use first name or state as criteria if those fields are left blank. We'll add a button to show us the results in a query, which can also be used to build a report. In today's tip, I have a customer table with different fields - first name, last name, city, and state. I want to generate a report showing only the customers that I select based on any of these criteria. For example, I might want to see all the customers from Buffalo or all the customers from Buffalo with the last name of Smith. I want to create a form with parameter text es for each of these fields. If a field is left blank, I want it to assume that I want all values for that field. To set up the form, I will go to "Create" and select "Form Design." I will create my own form with no data, but I will add four unbound text es for the parameters. I will label them as "first name," "last name," "city," and "state." I will give each...