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Create a Blank Database
Create a Blank
Database
If none of the templates suits your purposes, you
can create a new, blank database. You can then
decide what tables and fields your database will
include. When you create a new database file,
Access prompts you to assign a name to the file.
You also specify the folder and drive in which the
database file will be stored.
Create a Blank Database
1 Click the File tab.
2 Click New .
3 Click Blank database .
4 Type a name for the database in
the File Name field.
5 To change the folder in which the
database file will be stored, click
the Browse button (
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3
).
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5
Access launches the File New
Database dialog box.
6 Locate and select the folder in
which you want to store the
database file.
7 Click OK.
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