One of the features I like best about Access is that it is so customizable. Each form can be customized to perform whatever task is needed. As with tables, fields, and queries, forms have properties
that affect different aspects of the form. These properties are contained on a form’s property sheet.
Opening the property sheet
To change a form's properties, you need to use the form's property sheet. To open a property for a form, click the Properties toolbar button
An alternative way to get to the property is to choose Properties from the View menu.
Once the property sheet is opened, you will see four tabs on it: Format, Data, Other, and All. On the top of the property sheet should be the word Form.
This will tell you that the property sheet is indeed pointing at the form's properties, rather than at section or control properties. There are two ways to make sure you are pointing at the form's properties.
Pointing at the form’s properties
The first way to point to a form’s property with the property sheet open is to click on the Form Selector button
located in the top left corner of the form itself. The other is to pick the word Form from the drop-down Object list
To see where all these objects just mentioned fall into play, locate them on the MouseOver below.