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How to Create Tables in Access: Overview             This lesson shows you how to create tables in Access. A table is an organized structure that holds information. It consists of “fields” of information into which you enter the “records” of the table. A field is a single column within a table, consisting of one category

Export Data from Access – Tutorial

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Export Data from Access: Overview             You can easily export data from Access to a wide variety of formats that are available. You can also export other database objects, like forms and reports. However, there are more limitations on the formats to which you can export these types of objects.             To export data from

The DROP Statement in SQL: Overview             You use the DROP statement in SQL to delete created database objects. You can use the DROP statement in SQL to delete databases, tables and indexes. You can also use the DROP statement in SQL in conjunction with the ALTER TABLE statement to delete fields

Create Group Names in Access 2007 Macros: Overview             You can create group names in Access 2007 macros to make a single macro that contains multiple, separate sections of actions that you can name and reference, individually. This can have many advantages in simplifying the number of macros contained in your database and how you

NULL Values in SQL: Overview             When creating tables in SQL, you will need to deal with NULL values in SQL. A NULL value is a value that is unknown. These values can occur within database tables when a user who is performing data entry skips entering a value into a field. When a value

The Format Property for Yes/No Fields in Access: Overview             You can set the Format property for Yes/No fields in Access to change the way that they will display in forms and reports. The following formats are available for logical fields in Access. To set the Format property for Yes/No fields in Access, simply select

The UPDATE Statement in SQL: Overview             After you have data within the tables in your database, you will often need to update those records. SQL uses the UPDATE statement to update field data within specified records in a table. The core SQL of the UPDATE statement is shown below. Note that the “table_name” parameter

The SELECT Statement in SQL: Overview             You use the SELECT statement in SQL to choose specific records to view from a table, or from related tables, within a temporary table called a result set. We will start the examination of the SELECT statement by looking at the SELECT statement in its simplest form when

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