Download Absolute Beginner's Guide to Microsoft® Access 2002 by Susan Sales Harkins PDF

By Susan Sales Harkins

ISBN-10: 0789729199

ISBN-13: 9780789729194

Microsoft entry 2002 is a robust, relational database software program package deal that makes it effortless to create and deal with advanced databases. With entry, clients can create a database speedy from scratch or by utilizing an entry database Wizard. as soon as the database is created, entry offers all of the instruments had to input and control info. With assistance from absolutely the Beginner's consultant, readers may be able to quick begin a brand new database by utilizing the Database Wizard, create tables from scratch or through the use of a Wizard, upload and edit database details by utilizing either tables and kinds and manage info in a few tables by utilizing queries and stories. The e-book assumes completely no previous wisdom of the subject, and studying is straightforward as a result of book's lighthearted yet no-nonsense kind. It serves as a superb source for clients who're thoroughly new to entry 2002 or who're upgrading from a prior model of the software program.

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4. Click OK. Note You can't rename or delete the built-in Favorites group. Don't be alarmed when you see that the Rename and Delete menu items are grayed out when you right-click that group. The new group shows up in the Groups section, below the Favorites group. To change the name of a group, right-click the group and select Rename Group. To delete a group, right-click the group and select Delete Group. You can create as many groups as you need to keep database objects grouped together. You can also place individual objects in more than one group if you want; just drag and drop them to each group in turn.

The next step in designing a database is to consider other objects you might need to work with your data. A good place to start is with the forms you'll need to maintain and view that data. This early in the process, you can probably depend on needing a data entry form or two. This is a good time to pull out all those paper forms you gathered during the discovery process and determine how efficient they were. You might want to continue to work with the original form design translated from paper to computer screen.

You can call the field "Name" in the Catalogs table and "CatalogName" in the Plants table; Access will know how to keep them linked. At this point, our final table lists are • Plants Common Name, Latin Name (PK), Notes, Picture, TypeID (FK), Catalog Name (FK) • Types Type (PK), Description • Catalogs Name (PK), Street Address, City, State, ZIP, Country, Specialty 60 Part II: Building and Using a Database Part II: Building and Using a Database 61 Tip If you need help dividing the data, you're not alone.

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