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Essay heading: A Look at Microsoft Access
 
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They can combine data from different tables, update your data, and perform calculations on your data. Forms; control data entry and data views. They provide visual cues that make data easier to work with. Reports; summarize and print your data. They turn the data in your tables and queries into documents for communicating ideas...
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Each table contains rows called records and columns are called fields. A record is a collection of facts about a particular person, event, or other item of interest. A field is a single kind of fact that may apply to each person, event, or other record. The fields in our database have settings that determine the type of data they can store, how the data is displayed and what we can do with the data...
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