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No available fields in form wizard

I am trying to create a form for a table using form wizard in Access 2007. The table has several fields in it, but when I click on form wizard, there are no available fields for me to choose from (the box is blank). I cannot figure out how to make the fields visible to the wizard.

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  • prince gaffar Feb 12, 2009

    plz help me 2 solve diz pro & from where 2 install ms office

  • Gerald Russell
    Gerald Russell May 11, 2010

    the table is not listed in the dropdown "Tables/Queries" shown on the first screen of the forms wizard?

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If you select the correct table from the drop down, the fields should be shown in the box. or keep the table open and try creating form. or create a blank form and on the right side you will get tables and fields, you can just drag and drop required fields

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