Overview of Creating Relationships in Access Opening the Relationships Windows in Access You create relationships in Access between database tables in the Relationships window. As you create tables in Access, you want to relate the tables to access information from them through the “shared” or “common” fields by which they are joined. Relationships in
Overview of Creating a Query in Access Creating a New Query in Access To create a query in Access in query design view, click the “Create” tab in the Ribbon. Then click the “Query Design” button in the “Queries” button group. Doing this then creates a new query in query design view in Access.
Overview You can easily create a database in Access. When Access opens, it shows the “Home” window, which lets you either create a new database file or access a previously opened database. An Access database file is a container that holds all the tables, forms, reports, queries, macros, and modules required by the database.
Overview of Aggregate Function Queries in Access Aggregate function queries in Access let you create summary queries that perform a mathematical function, called an “aggregate function,” on a field, based on groups of values found in another grouped query field or grouped query fields. These are usually shorter queries, often used for reporting.