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how to load a form when database opens in ACCESS
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Select a startup form from Access settings:
Access Options >> Current Database >> Show Form {select your form}
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1. Click the File tab, and then under Help, click Options.
2. Click Current Database.
3. Under Application Options, in the Display Form list, select the form that you want to display when the database starts.

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