A record is a collection of values that make up a single entry in a table. Similar to a row of a spreadsheet, each record contains field values that together represent the properties of one entity of the type after which a table is modeled. For example:
In a Contacts table a record would represent one person.
In a Projects table a record would represent one job.
In an Inventory table a record would represent one product.
Most of a user’s work in a database will be spent interacting directly with records, from within the content area of a window. Records can be created, ...