the Table or Tables form which a query selects its Data S.
the characteristic that defines the kind of Data That can be entered into a field, such as numbers, text, or dates.
characteristics of a field that control how the Field will display and how the data can be entered in the field.
a window for displaying and collecting information.
a page Orientation in which the printed page is wider that it is tall.
Multiple Items Form
a form in which multiple records can be entered into or displayed from a table
the area on the left side of the Outlook window that provides quick access the Outlook's components.
the portion of the Access window that displays open objects.
a page orientation in which theprinted page is taller than it is wide
the field that uniquely identifies a record in a table__ for example, a Student ID number at a college.
a database object that retieves specific data from one or more tables and then diplays the specified data in datasheet view.
a database object that summarizes the fields and records from a table, or from a query, in an easy-to-read format suitable for printing.
the process in which Access searches the records in the table included in a query design, finds the records that match the specified criteria, and then displays those records in a datasheet; only the fields that have been included in the query design display.
a database object that rerieves (selects)specific data from one or more tables and then displays the specified data in datasheet view.
Simple Select Query
another name for a select query.
a pre-built table format for common topics such as contacts, issues,and tasks.
Table & View Category
an arrangement of objects in the Navigation Pane in which the objects are grouped by the table to which they are related
a feature in Microsoft Office programs that walks you step by step though a process.
the action of increasing or decreasing the viewing area of the screen.