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8259 Chapter 2 p19-38 24 8/11/01 11:58 am Page 24 Databases Notice that, unlike the Northwind sample database, each of the object sets in the database you just created is empty. In this Chapter 2 you will create a table object; in Chapter 5, query and form objects. And in Chapter 6, a report object. Step two: selecting your sample table It would be impossible for anyone to anticipate precisely what you want to do with your database, so the Access Table Wizard offers you a wide range of choices.
Yes. 3, you can add new fields in either Design or Datasheet view. A danger of adding new fields is that you may have to go back and edit all records you have already entered. This applies particularly to numeric fields (where a blank field may be interpreted as 0), and Yes/No fields (where a blank field may be interpreted as No), but it is also important for any field that you use for sorting or filtering data. So it is better if you think about the fields you want when you are setting up the database, and modify the design as little as possible after that.
Mdb – and indicate the folder in which you want to store it. By default, Access suggests that you save your databases in the Database icon My Documents folder. Accept or amend this location, as required. 4 Click the Create button. Access then displays the Database window. 5 Normally, when you create a database, the Table objects are shown on top in the Database window. If they are not, click the Tables icon. 8259 Chapter 2 p19-38 24 8/11/01 11:58 am Page 24 Databases Notice that, unlike the Northwind sample database, each of the object sets in the database you just created is empty.