Access 2007 All-in-One Desk Reference For Dummies by Alan Simpson, Margaret Levine Young, Alison Barrows, April

By Alan Simpson, Margaret Levine Young, Alison Barrows, April Wells, Jim McCarter

* up to date to hide all of the most modern positive factors and features of entry 2007, this source offers new and green entry clients with 8 task-oriented minibooks that hide begininning to advanced-level material * every one minibook covers a selected element of entry, reminiscent of database layout, tables, queries, varieties, reviews, and macros* exhibits tips to accomplish particular projects equivalent to database housework, protection facts, and utilizing entry with the net* entry is the world's prime machine database answer and is utilized by hundreds of thousands of individuals to shop, manage, view, study, and percentage facts, in addition to to construct robust, customized database recommendations that combine with the net and company facts assets

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Separate your data from your programs. 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 link these two databases together 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. ) ✦ Back up early and often.

You should not use the new-to-2007 features if you know you need to save the database in a different format. 22 Playing with the Access Sample Databases crashing into each other. Two people trying to edit the same thing at the same time can be tricky — Access locks out the second person until the first person is done with the edit. For more information, see Book VII, Chapter 2. Getting around After you have a database open, you’re ready to have a look around. On the left you’ll see the Navigation Pane that lists objects in the database (if all you see is a blue vertical stripe, click that to see the Navigation Pane; if you don’t see a Navigation Pane or a stripe, talk to the database developer to find out how the database is intended to be used).

Assign objects to groups by following these steps: a. Select single objects, or select multiple objects by holding down Ctrl as you select. b. Drag objects to their new groups, or right-click, select Add to group, and choose the group name. Note that you can create a new group using this method. c. Notice that you are creating shortcuts to the objects (the shortcut arrow displays with the object type icon). You can rename shortcuts by right-clicking them and choosing Rename Shortcut. 7. When all objects are assigned to groups, you may choose to hide the Unassigned Objects group.

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