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Teach Yourself VISUALLY™ Microsoft® Office 2007 by Sherry Willard Kinkoph

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Chapter 19. Adding Data Using Tables

Create a New Table

You can start building a database by entering data into a table. Access stores all data in tables, and you can have multiple tables in a single database. Tables consist of columns and rows that intersect to form cells for holding data. Each row is considered a record in a table. You can use columns to hold fields, which are the individual units of information contained within a record.

To learn more about starting a database file, see Chapter 18.

Create a New Table

Create a New Table

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