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Microsoft Office® Access 2007 Inside Out by John Viescas and Jeff Conrad

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Defining Fields

Defining Fields

Now you’re ready to begin defining the fields for the Companies table that mimics the one you can find in the Conrad Systems Contacts sample database (Contacts.accdb). Be sure the insertion point is in the first row of the Field Name column, and then type the name of the first field, CompanyID. Press Tab once to move to the Data Type column. A button with an arrow appears on the right side of the Data Type column. Here and elsewhere in Access 2007, this type of button signifies the presence of a list. Click the arrow or press Alt+Down Arrow to open the list of data type options, shown in Figure 4-16. In the Data Type column, you ...

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