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By Alison Barrows, Joseph C. Stockman, Allen G. Taylor

ISBN-10: 1118510550

ISBN-13: 9781118510551

Microsoft entry permits you to shop, manage, view, examine, and proportion facts; the recent unlock lets you construct much more strong, customized database options that combine with the net and firm information assets. This compilation of 9 indispensible minibooks is strictly what you want to wake up to hurry at the most modern adjustments to entry. This easy-to-understand source presents either new and skilled entry clients with precious suggestion for connecting entry to SQL Server, manipulating facts in the community, getting on top of things at the newest positive aspects of entry 2013, growing queries and macros, and lots more and plenty extra. From the fundamentals to complex services, this ebook is what you must make entry extra accessible.

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contains 9 minibooks that disguise such subject matters as database layout, tables, queries, varieties, reviews, macros, database management, securing info, programming with visible simple for purposes (VBA), and utilizing entry with the web
is helping you construct database recommendations that combine with the net and different company facts solutions
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Book I Chapter 2 22 Making Friends with the Access Window You see Backstage View (refer to Figure 2-1, earlier in this chapter). 2. Click New, if it’s not already selected. Several templates are displayed. 3. To keep things simple at this point, just select the Blank desktop database. A dialog box appears, asking you to give your database a name. 4. Fill in the name of your new database and then click the Create button. The Access window appears, with the Fields tab on the Ribbon selected. Access assumes that you want to start by creating a table, so it has conveniently done so, naming it Table1.

Later, you may create macros and modules, which contain programs that you write. In this section, we describe the main types of Access objects: tables, queries, forms, reports, macros, and modules. Tables for storing your data Tables are where you put your data. A table is an Access object that is made up of a series of records — the electronic equivalent of the index cards that make up an address list. Each record contains information about one thing, with the same pieces of information. In an address list, each record contains information about one person: name, address, and other facts.

17 Running Access............................................................................................... 17 Opening a Database........................................................................................ 19 Making Friends with the Access Window.................................................... 22 Introducing Mission Control: The Navigation Pane................................... 25 Viewing Objects in Your Database...............................................................

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