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How to add tables to an existing form

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Hi, I am using Access 2003.
Basically I have built several forms based on corresponding tables earlier on... now I want to modify the forms so that more records from multiple tables would be based on, which means I want to add in data from one or more tables to each form. Is this viable? and how?

Xiaowei
Jun 13 '07 #1
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Hi, I am using Access 2003.
Basically I have built several forms based on corresponding tables earlier on... now I want to modify the forms so that more records from multiple tables would be based on, which means I want to add in data from one or more tables to each form. Is this viable? and how?

Xiaowei
you have to build queries now to link up the table data. Then assign those queries as the control source for your forms. You'll be able to add the "new" fields then.
J
Jun 13 '07 #2

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