Chapter 3. Entering Data

You create a database and database tables so that you can store your information in a usable format. 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. You also learn how to work with the records, edit ...

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