The term used when a column in a datasheet is resized to the best width for the data contained in the column.
A process that rearranges the way a database is stored on disk and optimizes the performance of the database.
A database is a collection of objects that work together to store, retrieve, display, and summarize data and also to automate tasks
Database Management system (DBMS)
A program that you use to store, retrieve, analyze, and print information.
Displays the data for a table or query in rows and columns, with records in rows and fields in columns.
The box in the upper-left corner of a datasheet that, when clicked, selects all fields and records in the datasheet.
The view of a database table that displays data in rows and columns.
A single characteristic in a table's design that appears in a datasheet as a column.
The name of a column in a database table.
The top of a column in a datasheet that contains the field name. Clicking this selects the column.
The specific data stored in a field for a record.
The pane in Access that displays the objects in a database.
The collection of field values for a complete set of data.
The box in the upper-left corner of a report where the horizontal and vertical rulers intersect that you can click to select the entire report.