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Welcome to a short video about creating forms and then adding navigation buttons to a form in Microsoft Access 2007. I've got a little table of some details about students, and I might want to display some of these, so a form is one way to do that. I can create a form by clicking on "create" and getting a form wizard to do most of the work. If I didn't want to get the form wizard to do most of the work, I wouldn't do that, and I wouldn't save changes. I'd still go to "create," but this time I'd go to form design, and now I can add the fields that I want. Perhaps I don't want them all, I can add student ID, I can add for name, I can add surname. I might put them one after the other and actually do without the labels, so I can get rid of the labels and put for name and surname one after the other. Maybe I want to put some scores in, probably need labels for those: mock exams, coursework scores. I perhaps don't need everything else, so now I want to be able to scroll backwards and forwards. Access will allow me to do that. If I look in datasheet view, it gives me the default scroll buttons at the bottom, and it's given me a rather dull looking form. In datasheet view, in form view, it's slightly better, but these buttons are rather well hidden, so I'm going to go back into design view and see if I can do any better. I've got a selection of controls, which are objects I can place on forms up here, and I'm going to go and look for a button. That's a button, and if I've got...