The Workshop includes quiz questions that are designed to help you test your understanding of the material covered and activities to help put what you've learned to practice. You can find the answers to the questions in the section immediately following the quiz.
Name the property that determines the behavior of the Tab key on a form.
The Cycle property.
The Display When property applies only when printing (True/False).
False. You can use the Display When property to indicate that the control displays always, only when printing, or only onscreen.
The Can Grow and Can Shrink properties apply only when you're printing (True/False).
Name the property that specifies the field from the record source that is associated with a particular control.
The Control Source property specifies the field from the record source that is associated with a particular control.
The Validation Rule property for a form control can override the Validation Rule property set for the field that is bound to the control (True/False).
False. Because the validation rule is enforced at the database engine level, the Validation Rule property set for a control can't be in conflict with the Validation Rule property set for the field to which the control is bound. If the two properties conflict, the user can't enter data into the control.
Practice changing the form and control properties that you have learned about in this hour. Practice adding bound, unbound, and calculated controls to a form. Build a few forms that display data from more than one table.