In a ____ database such as those maintained by Access, a database consists of a collection of tables, each of which contains information on a specific subject.
A field with the ____ data type can store a unique sequential number that Access assigns to a record. Access will increment the number by 1 as each new record is added.
Fields whose data type is Number often require you to change the field ____, which is the storage space assigned to the field by Access.
The ____ contains a list of all the objects in the database. You use this to open an object.
Database ____, also known as metadata, can include such information as the file's author, title, or subject.
The simplest approach to recovery involves periodically making a copy of the database (called a ____ copy or a save copy).
Often you will have more than one criterion that the data for which you are searching must satisfy. This type of criterion is called a ____ criterion.
In a(n) ____ criterion, each individual criterion must be true in order for the compound criterion to be true.
If you want to create a criterion involving a range of values in a single field, you can use the ____ operator.
A property sheet is a window containing the various properties of the object. To omit duplicates, you will use the property sheet to change the Unique Values property from ____.
no to yes
If your criterion for filtering is that the value in a particular field matches or does not match a certain specific value, you can use Filter By ____.
If you add a field to a table and later realize the field is in the wrong location, you can move the field. To do so, click the ____ for the field and then drag the field to the new location.
When you create a database, you define its ____; that is, you assign names and types to all the fields.
A(n) ____ value is a value that Access will display on the screen in a particular field before the user begins adding a record.