Creating a Table Using the Table Wizard

Creating a Table Using the Table Wizard

If you look in the Wedding List sample database (WeddingList.mdb) included on the companion CD with this book, you’ll find it very simple, with one main table and a few supporting tables for data such as titles, cities, and postal codes. Most databases are usually quite a bit more complex. For example, the Proseware Housing Reservations sample database, also included on the companion CD, contains six main tables, and the LawTrack Contacts sample database contains more than a dozen tables. If you had to create every table "by hand," it could be quite a tedious process.

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