Microsoft Access 2016 Tutorial: Finding and Filtering Records via a Form in Access

This is part 9 of a multiple part series of the Access 2016 tutorial. This session focuses on concepts related to finding and filtering data in a database using a Form. Learn more at


In more detail, this session we will focus on:
– How to locate records via a Form in Access 2016.
– How to locate customer data/records by customer ID or other field.
– Learn how to filter records by a particular field.

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  • Olivia Parker

    Actually Hey thank you for this informative article. i have still facing same issue and Your Post is really helpful for us but sometimes its really not work properly , If I suggest you, Apply a filter to view select records in an Access database. Filtering is a useful way to see only the data that you want displayed. You can use filters to display specific records in a form, report, query, or datasheet, or to print only certain records from a report, table, or query.

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