Easy Microsoft Office Access 2003 by Shelley O'Hara

By Shelley O'Hara

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TIP Understanding Field Names You must use a unique name for each field in your table, and it's a good idea to use descriptive names that remind you of the contents of that field. A field name can include as many as 64 characters. 41 42 TIP Understanding Data Types For more information about the available data types, see "Setting a Field's Data Type" later in this part. In addition, Part 4 covers creating special data types. [ Team LiB ] [ Team LiB ] Changing a Field Name After you've opened the table you want to modify in Design view, click in the Field Name column for the field you want to change.

INTRODUCTION When creating a new table, Access automatically places your insertion point in the first field of a new record. When you press Tab after completing the last field in that row, Access saves the record in that row and creates a new, blank record, ready for your entries. That means that the first time you enter data into your table, you don't have to make a special effort to create new records. If, however, you add records to your table at a later date, you'll need to know how to create manually a new row in which to place records.

You might store information about contacts, products, inventory, events, members, invoices, orders, customers, or any other collection of related data. You can set up multiple tables in your database. In Access, a table is divided into fields, and each field contains one piece of information such as a last name or a price. One completed set of fields is a record. For instance, in a contact database, the name, address, phone, and other entries for one contact is one record. This part covers how to enter data into a database table, creating the records for your database table.

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