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Microsoft Access 2013 Inside Out by Jeff Conrad

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Understanding name fixup

No matter how carefully you design your web app, you’ll most likely need to change it at a later date. For example, you might find that you need to add new fields to an existing table, rename a field in a table, or rename an object in your web app. When you’re working with a relational application like Access web apps, changing one element of your application, such as renaming a field, can impact many other areas of your app. It can potentially cause error messages to appear and objects to no longer function properly. Thankfully, Access includes a feature called name fixup that can help fix up related areas of your web app easily when you make some of these types of changes.

Adding fields

Access maintains an internal mapping ...

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