Microsoft Access is a database software package. A database is an organized collection of records. Telephone and address books are examples of paper databases. With Access, you can create a computerized database. For example, you can use Access to organize the students who attend a school, the courses they take, and the instructors who teach them. After you create an Access database, you can search it, manipulate it, and extract information from it. This lesson introduces you to Access windows and teaches you how to create a database.
by jaydawg808 5 years ago
Any good alternatives to Microsoft Access?
by Taleb AlDris 7 years ago
I am an accountant, so sure I should use Excel for doing some job.Day by day, I get more from it & enjoy saving my time using it.Please, if you have any question, let me know, may I help.
by Julie-Ann Amos 9 years ago
Or know of anyone who is? I have a custom built database for project management that needs work on it and the original designer and I have parted company as it all got too difficult for him.I would prefer someone known or a referral rather than to go to the market blind... and of course, cost...
by David 470 8 years ago
Can not sign into FAFSA student accessI would like to check on how much I got in Grants, but it says your information does not match anything in our records. I filled out the FAFSA before and I am going to receive aid, but I don't know why it says its not on database. My SS is right and...
by igilstua 2 years ago
Access - Corruption in this file. Is the MDB file lost?I recently tried to to compact an Access DB and got the following message: " has detected corruption in this file. To try to repair the corruption, first make a backup copy of the file. Then, on the tools menu,...
by Paul Maplesden 5 years ago
This is possibly a bit of a longshot, but I am wondering if anyone here can help with this:I am finding that I need to track more and more information about my huibs, including:- Name, title, URL etc.- Where I have previously shared them and when (G+ communities, Facebook groups etc.)- Metrics...
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