Chapter Summary

In this chapter, you learned that many events can occur on a Microsoft Access form and that you can react to a specific form event by writing an event procedure. If you don't write your own code to handle a particular form event, Access will handle this event in its default way.

After trying out the 35 hands-on examples presented in this chapter, you should have a good understanding of how to write event procedures for an Access form. You should also be able to recognize the importance of form events in an Access application. You will find more examples of using form events in a custom application introduced in Chapter 26.

For more hands-on experience with event programming, proceed to the next chapter, which discusses the events recognized by an Access report and its sections.

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