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How to create user login form (MS Access 2000 - 2003)

How to create user login form (MS Access 2000 - 2003)
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I have a table called "users", it has two fields "username" and "password".
I have a form called "User Login Form". It has two text boxes and a button as following:
1- txtUsername
2- txtPassword
3- btnEnter
I would like to link these textboxes with a table. The idea is that the user must enter his/her username & password in the mentioned text boxes. Then, the user will press the enter button.
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