The table is the container for your data in your Access database. Any information you enter on your screen will be saved back to a table. The table will have columns…for example first name, surname, address, phone.
Access is a relational database. Data is related via separate tables, linked by columns with a primary and foreign key. Each table should represent a single fact.
An Access database form is a visual screen representation of your data. It is used to input and display information.
Adding a temporary field with a calculation to an Access Database query will enable you to sum a row.
Access database parameter queries are useful when you want to find a set of records from a given range of values.
An Access database has a powerful graphic chart tool enabling you to create graphs based on your data