An organized collection of facts about people, events, things, or ideas related to a specific topic.
A table row that contains all of the categories of data pertaining to one person, place, thing, event, or idea.
A single piece of information that is stored in every record and represented by a column in a table.
First principle of good database design
A principle stating that data is organized in tables so that there is no redundant data.
Second principle of good database design
A principle stating that techniques are used to ensure the accuracy of data entered into a table.
The process of applying design rules and principles to ensure that a database performs as expected.
The window area that organizes the database objects and from which you open objects.
Record selector box
The box at the left of a record in Datasheet view that you click to select an entire record is the:
To add on to the end of an object, such as to add records to the end of an existing table, is to:
Characteristics of a field that control how the field displays and how data is entered are:
The object that retrieves specific data and then displays only the data that you specify is a:
The object that displays fields and records from a table or query in a printable format is a: