Feeback forms in Access


This is a Microsoft Access tutorial covering, feedback forms, option groups, reports and report calculations. The tutor starts off by adding two number fields to a table, these fields will store the feedback data. The tutor then creates a form and uses the option group control to add two option groups. The tutor mentions that when an option is selected the relevant option number is added to the table field. The tutor goes on to create a report manually to demonstrate how to add calculations. The tutor then follows this with a wizard generated report. Totals can also be added at table level. Feedback Forms in Access.






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