By Kate J. Chase, Scott Palmer
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Figure 1-2. An Access table consists of rows (records) and columns (fields). Each row contains information about a particular item, like a customer, a sales order, or an inventory item. Each column has information about one feature of the item. Here, the first column stores text; the second and fourth columns store dates; and the third column stores dollar amounts. 4. " Access then searches through your database, finds the information to answer your question, and displays it in an easy-to-read format.
You can learn a lot about Access databases by exploring and modifying a database similar to what you and the wizard have just designed. 1. Opening a Database Before you can explore a database, you have to open it. To open a database: Choose File Open. The Open dialog box appears. Just as if you were opening any document in Windows, you can use this box to locate and open Access databases anywhere on your PC. mdb. Then click Open. Before opening the database, Access displays a warning box. This message merely means that Access databases may contain programming code that could harbor computer viruses, not necessarily that it does contain them.
1. The Access Window When you start Access, a large window opens on your desktop. When you open a database, its window appears inside this outer one. You can have any number of individual database windows open in Access, so in effect, the Access window is like a desktop-within-a-desktop. As shown in Figure 1-1, all of Access's toolbars and the task pane also reside in the same window, so it can get pretty busy in there. You can make more room by closing the task pane (click the close button in the upper-right corner) and minimizing any windows you're not currently using.
Access 2003 for Starters: The Missing Manual by Kate J. Chase, Scott Palmer