Arrange: Insert a New Row

3. Try it: Insert A Row

Go to the Detail Section.

Select a Field: DateRented.

Go to Form Design Tools->Arrange.

Go to Rows and Columns->Insert Above.


What Do You See? There should be a new Row above the Fields in the Detail Section.


The next step in this little exercise is to move the DateRented Field up to the new Row.


Keep going...

Form Design Tools->Arrange->Rows and Columns->Insert Above

Exam 77-885: Microsoft Access 2010

3. Building Forms

3.3. Apply Form Arrange options: Use Table Functions to Insert Rows and Columns