Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
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Session 1.1 Quick Check
Session 1.1 Quick Check
1. A(n)
is a single characteristic of a person, place, object, event,
or idea.
2. You connect the records in two separate tables through a(n)
that appears in both tables.
3. The , whose values uniquely identify each record in a table, is
called a(n) when it is placed in a second table to form a
relationship between the two tables.
4. The is the area of the Access window that lists all the objects
in a database, and it is the main control center for opening and working with
database objects.
5. Which fi eld does Access create, by default, as the primary key fi eld for a new
table in Datasheet view?
6. Which group on the Fields tab contains the options you use to add new fi elds to
a table?
7. What does a pencil symbol at the beginning of a record represent? A star
symbol?
8. Explain how the saving process in Access is different from saving in other Offi ce
programs.
 
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