Access 2013 All-in-One For Dummies by Alison Barrows, Joseph C. Stockman, Allen G. Taylor

By Alison Barrows, Joseph C. Stockman, Allen G. Taylor

Microsoft entry helps you to shop, set up, view, study, and proportion info; the recent unencumber permits you to construct much more strong, customized database options that combine with the net and firm facts resources. This compilation of 9 indispensible minibooks is strictly what you must wake up to hurry at the most modern adjustments to entry. This easy-to-understand source offers either new and skilled entry clients with useful recommendation for connecting entry to SQL Server, manipulating information in the community, getting in control at the most modern positive factors of entry 2013, developing queries and macros, and masses extra. From the fundamentals to complex capabilities, this ebook is what you must make entry extra accessible.

exhibits you ways to shop, manage, view, study, and proportion information utilizing entry 2013
contains 9 minibooks that conceal such subject matters as database layout, tables, queries, types, reviews, macros, database management, securing info, programming with visible easy for purposes (VBA), and utilizing entry with the web
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19 Making Friends with the Access Window.................................................... 22 Introducing Mission Control: The Navigation Pane................................... 25 Viewing Objects in Your Database............................................................... 29 Creating, Deleting, Renaming, Copying, and Printing Objects.................. 31 Introducing Backstage View.......................................................................... 32 Using Wizards.................................................................................................

From it, you can open any table, query, form, report, macro, or VBA module in the database simply by double-clicking the object’s name. When you right-click an object in the Navigation Pane, you can choose commands from the contextual menu to open the object in an alternative view; change its name; copy, delete, import, export, hide, or display it; and view the object’s properties. Press F11 to toggle the display of the Navigation Pane, which can roll up into a narrow vertical ribbon. ), which is the double arrow in the top-right corner of the pane (refer to Figure 2-2, earlier in this chapter).

If you create a database to be shared with (or distributed to) other people, store all the tables in one database (the back end) and all the other objects in another database (the front end). Then you can link these two databases to make everything work. Separating the tables from everything else streamlines the whole rigmarole of updating queries, forms, reports, or other stuff later without disturbing the data in the tables. See Book VII, Chapter 2 for details on separating a database into a front end and back end.

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