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USING THE ANALYZER WIZARDS

Although most wizards are for the lower end of the end-user-to-developer spectrum, Access 2000 includes Analyzer Wizards, which are actually made for the power-user-to-developer spectrum. These wizards can save beaucoup (that's a technical term—and French for a lot of) time and frustration. You have three choices to work with using these tools. The Table Analyzer Wizard tests table structures for normalization, Performance Analyzer tests performance, and Database Documentor prints out system information.

The Table Analyzer Wizard

The Table Analyzer Wizard helps you normalize your data graphically, including the task of breaking up your structures for you. To use the Table Analyzer Wizard, from the Tools menu choose ...

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