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Create form in Access with mutiple table...

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I have two tables in database.
1. Person
2. Doctor

I want to create a form in access which containsPerson information as well as its doctor information. In order to view it simple but i want to provide the following features on the same form..
1. Insert new data
2. Edit existing data
3. View data
4. Delete data
5. Search data

I am bit confused that how should i design my form which is best in terms of management and coding as well...Either i do everything with VBA or with wizard....
Aug 10 '09 #1
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mshmyob
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P: 904
@mbilalk
Whenever I have more than one table that I need to bind to a form so I can work with many fields from different tables I find creating a query with all the fields from all tables and binding the form to the query is the easiest way.

Hope that gets you started.

cheers,
Aug 11 '09 #2

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