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Microsoft® Office Access™ 2007 Plain & Simple by Curtis D. Frye

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Creating Relationships between Tables

When the primary key from one table is present in another table, you can create a relationship between the two tables. This ability to link two (or more) tables together is one reason why relational databases are so powerful—you make your data easier to read by creating simple tables and then use your computer’s processing power to combine tables of data into useful information you can use to make business decisions.

Define a Relationship

  1. Click the Database Tools tab.

  2. Click Relationships.

  3. If one or more of the ...

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