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MOS Access Chapter 3 Vocab
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A formula on the report that performs a math operation on the records and presents a result, such as counting the number of records, summing the values in a particular field, or multiplying the amount in one field by the amount in another field.
A generic term for any object on a form or report.
The spacing on the inside of the control.
The spacing on the outside of the control.
An alternative view of a table or query , displaying the fields in an easy-to-enter arrangement, usually one record at a time.
Form design view
A view in which you can edit the controls on a form.
An area at the bottom of the form, below the detail area, in which you can enter explanatory text, graphics, or other information that applies to the form as a whole.
An area at the top of the form, above the detail area, in which you can enter titles, explanatory text, graphics, or anything else that applies to the form as a whole.
A pattern to follow for entering data in a field.
A control that contains descriptive text, such as the name of a field or the form's title.
A series of dialog boxes that guides you through the creation of labels.
The four-headed arrow button in the upper-left corner of a layout, visible in design view when a field or label in the layout is selected.
A list of values from which to choose when entering information in a field.
Same as form footer except it applies to individual printed pages.
Same as form header except it applies to individual printed pages instead of the form as a whole.
A view of the report as it will appear when printed.
A way to present your data for printing with formatting enhancements.
Report design view
A view of the report that lets you change the report's appearance and content.
A view of a report similar to print preview, but designed for onscreen viewing.
An area of a form or report layout designed for a specific purpose. For example, the detail section contains the fields and the form header section contains the form title.
Squares around the border of a control that can be dragged to resize the control.
A form that shows the related table in a separate pane below the main form.
The sequence in which the insertion point moves from field to field when you press tab.
A control that pulls information from a table or query and displays it on a form or report.
Not connected to a particular field.