You're probably familiar with the basic terms for many of the components that comprise the basic window in which all conventional Windows 95 applications run. (These controls, although similar in function, have a somewhat different appearance and location than those used in Windows 3.x.) The presentation of Access windows differs with each basic function that Access performs. Because Part I of this book deals almost exclusively with tables, the examples that follow use Table view. Figure 3.2 shows Access for Windows's basic display for operations with tables. Table 3.1 describes the window's individual components.
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