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Microsoft® Access® 2010 Inside Out by Jeff Conrad and John Viescas

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Using Data Type Parts

In Chapter 4, you learned about the new feature in Access 2010, called Data Type Parts, which assist you in creating fields in your tables. Similar to Application Parts, Data Type Parts help give you a jump start on creating your application. Data Type Parts create individual fields or groups of fields in existing tables. As you design more web databases, you might find yourself needing to create similar field structures in your tables. For example, you’ll probably find yourself needing to have fields in at least one table that track address information such as street address, city, state, and ZIP code. Fortunately, this new feature in Access 2010 can also be used when you are creating web tables. However, you only have the ...

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