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“How to Build Access Database Forms” eBook

Instantly Download My New, Easy-to-Read £14.97 eBook Guide and Discover My Secrets about Building Well Designed Microsoft Access Database Forms

From The Desktop Of: Ben Beitler (London, UK) – “Your Access Database Expert”

Dear Friend,

Interacting with your Access database is one of the main functions that is taken for granted by the end-user – if only they knew how time consuming (but satisfying) each Access Form took to plan, build, test and implement.

Designing Access Forms is critical for end-users who will be responsible for the day-to-day running of a database and have very little knowledge of the structure of an Access database or its background processes. In order for an Access database to run as smooth as possible, you need to have good design skills and a little bit of patience.

Well, good news! I have created an eBook that takes you through all the essentials from the very beginning to the more sophisticated screens that land up not even resembling an Access database screen!

Fortunately  you and my students, this eBook is the guide to own…

Building Microsoft Access Forms has a lot of different components, controls and properties that when combined together change the look, feel and functionality and it took a lot of learning (all those years ago) to master and is condensed in this eBook for you.

“How My £14.97 Guide Helps You … Permanently”

I have put together a comprehensive eBook guide of about 60 pages introducing you to the principles, techniques and the do’s and don’ts when building Microsoft Access Forms which caters to all levels of users as it explains the disciplines and conventions that even the more accomplished user may not be aware.

Access Database - Forms Design and Runtime Views

Here’s a sample of what’s inside the guide:

  • Understanding different types of Forms and their uses
  • The techniques in building an Access Form for all levels
  • Mastering the correct conventions used avoiding the common errors
  • A step by step guide for new users (using templates and wizards)
  • Mastering the all important combined properties to release the power of a Form
  • Creating Dialog (modal) screens and Menu Navigation interfaces
  • Using Macros and some easy VBA code
  • Download free sample data to test and follow my examples

Ben Beitler

(+44) 7881 502400

United Kingdom




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