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Charlotte has attended:
Access Introduction course
Excel VBA Introduction course


Hi there,

I am looking to create an access database for our training team, essentially we want to create something user friendly for the team to input exam results into which we are then able to manipulate. We have come up with several ideas and would like to know what the pros and cons are of forms? Also whether creating one form for all 20 exams to then be dumped into a large raw data set (through data validation on the forms) or 20 forms for each exam would be more ideal as you are able to sit each exam up to 3 times.

Thanks in advance


RE: Forms

Hi Charlotte, thanks for your query. I'm going to be visiting PruProtect on Friday and a conversation about this project (and your other one) would probably be a good idea! Mention this to Monica van der Horst and lets try to have a quick chat when I'm around.


Wed 11 Jul 2012: Automatically marked as resolved.


Access tip:

Relationship maps

It is important to create proper relationships between tables. You can use Access to help check your designs and evaluate them by printing them in graphical format to help with design purposes

Click on the Tools menu, click Relationships.
On the File menu, click Print Relationships. View or print as required

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