Design tables for a new Access 2007 database
Learn how to design the tables for a database that meets your organization's data needs and is easier to use and maintain. You start with a plan because you can look at your data needs and make any mistakes on paper before you start building, and that saves time and money.
This is the first course in a series that explains how to use Access by creating a database from the ground up. We'll start by learning one way to design tables, because they're the essential building blocks of any database.
About this course
This course includes:
One practice session for hands-on experience. The practice requires Access 2007.
A Quick Reference Card you can take away from the course.
After completing this course you will be able to:
Plan the table structure of a new database.
Plan the fields — the individual columns in each table.
Plan the primary key fields that enable the relationships among your tables.