Close the Hudson.accdb database and Access. In this project, you continue working on the database…

Close the Hudson.accdb database and Access.

In this project, you continue working on the database for an
antique mall, Memories Antiques in Cleveland, Tennessee. You have been working
with Linda Sutherland, the manager of the mall, and with Tim Richards, CIO of
the NHD development group, which owns this mall and several other malls across
the country. Their main concern is that the database includes forms that make
data entry easy and efficient.

Complete the following:

Linda likes the form you created and asks that you create a similar
form for entering all data in the database. As you
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Close the Hudson.accdb database and Access.

In this project, you continue working on the database for an
antique mall, Memories Antiques in Cleveland, Tennessee. You have been working
with Linda Sutherland, the manager of the mall, and with Tim Richards, CIO of
the NHD development group, which owns this mall and several other malls across
the country. Their main concern is that the database includes forms that make
data entry easy and efficient.

Complete the following:

Linda likes the form you created and asks that you create a similar
form for entering all data in the database. As you discuss this task with Tim,
he suggests that you provide a form for every table except the Class Enrollment
table. Save each new form with a name that replaces the “tbl” prefix with the
“frm” prefix. Make sure the forms present a consistent user interface along
with the other forms you’ve created for the antiques mall.

As you build the forms, consider the design, arrangement of
fields, and general attractiveness of the form. Select the layout and style
that provides the best “look” for this application. Be sure to review your work
and make any modifications necessary to create an attractive and simple way to
work with the data in each of the existing tables.

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