Creating a new desktop database
As you learned in Chapter 2 when you first start Access 2013, you see the Office Start screen, as shown in Figure 10-1. If you’ve previously opened other databases, you also by default see a most recently used list of database selections on the left, under Recent.
Figure 10-1. When you first start Access 2013, you see the Office Start screen.
Using a database template to create a desktop database
Just for fun, let’s explore the built-in database templates first. If you’re a beginner, you can use the templates included with Access to create one of several common applications without needing to know anything about designing ...