Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
The New Perspectives Labs are designed to help you master some of the key concepts and
skills presented in this text. The steps for completing this Lab are located on the Course
Technology Web site. Log on to the Internet and use your Web browser to go to the Student
Click the Lab Assignments link, and then navigate to the assignments for this tutorial.
Quick Check Answers
2. common field
3. primary key; foreign key
4. records; fields
5. current record symbol
6. Use the horizontal and vertical scroll bars to view fields or records not currently visi-
ble in the datasheet; use the navigation buttons to move vertically through the
7. Access saves changes to the active database to disk automatically, when a record is
changed or added and when you close the database. You use the Save button in
Access only to save changes to the design of an object, such as a table, or to the for-
mat of a datasheet—not to save the database file.
2. primary key
3. AutoForm Wizard
4. The form displays each field name to the left of its field value, which appears in a
box; the widths of the boxes represent the size of the fields.
5. Print Preview