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

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Exporting Data to Another Access File

Dropping all of your paper-based reports, articles, and research into a single file folder doesn’t make much sense. Gathering absolutely all of your information into one place is better than throwing it away, but it’s only a marginal improvement. Instead, it makes more sense to group your organization’s data into distinct databases that each focus on a particular subject. If you are a school administrator, you can use Access to track your students’ attendance. Businesses can manage employees’ time cards, sales contacts, and the company’s product inventory in Access, but it makes sense to create a separate database for each function. If you need to use data from one Access database in another database, you ...

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