Chapter 31. Creating a Table

A table is a complete collection of data displayed in rows and columns. Each row is one set of information, called a record. Each column in the row, called a field, is one part of the information in the record (Figure 31.1).

The rows of a table are records in the database and the columns are fields.

Figure 31.1. The rows of a table are records in the database and the columns are fields.

You can display, edit, or print the data in a table, and you can also create a form to make it easier to add data to the table or update the existing data (Figure 31.2).

A columnar form for entering data.

Figure 31.2. A columnar form for entering data. ...

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