As you're no doubt already aware from previous chapters, every Access object (like forms and reports) has a collection of properties. In this section, we're going to examine some of those properties, and describe how to use them to change Access and DAO object behavior.
All the properties associated with an Access object exist from the moment you create the object. DAO object properties, however, exhibit quite different behavior. In DAO, depending on the object, not all its properties exist until you set its value. It is quite important, therefore, that you understand the differences between the types of properties used in DAO.
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