Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Click the Create a split form link
to display information regarding
creating a split form (Figure 1–98).
Back, Forward,
Stop, Refresh, and
Home buttons
What is the purpose of the
buttons at the top of the Access
Help window?
Use the buttons in the upper-left
corner of the Access Help window
to navigate through the Help
system, change the display, show
the Access Help table of contents,
and print the contents of the
Help topic links to
information on the
indicated topic
Click the Close button on the
Access Help window title bar to
close the Access Help window and
make the database active.
Figure 1–98
Other Ways
1. Press F1
To Quit Access
You saved all your changes and are ready to quit Access. The following step quits
1 Click the Close button on the right side of the Access title bar to quit Access.
Chapter Summary
In this chapter you have learned to design a database, create an Access database, create tables and add records to
them, print the contents of tables, create reports, and create forms. The items listed below include all the new
Access skills you have learned in this chapter.
1. Start Access (AC 12)
2. Create a Database Using a Template (AC 13)
3. Create a Database (AC 14)
4. Defi ne the Fields in a Table (AC 24)
5. Create a Table Using a Template (AC 26)
6. Save a Table (AC 27)
7. Change the Primary Key (AC 28)
8. Add Records to a Table (AC 30)
9. Close a Table (AC 35)
10. Quit Access (AC 36)
11. Start Access (AC 36)
12. Open a Database from Access (AC 37)
13. Add Additional Records to a Table (AC 38)
14. Preview and Print the Contents of a Table (AC 41)
15. Create an Additional Table (AC 44)
16. Modify the Primary Key and Field
Properties (AC 46)
17. Add Records to an Additional Table (AC 49)
18. Create a Report (AC 51)
19. Print a Report (AC 56)
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