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Getting started with Access 2007
Show All Hide All There are several ways that you can get started with Microsoft Office Access 2007, depending on whether you are using Access for the first tim...
Learn how to add, edit, or delete records
The information that you keep in a database is stored in tables , which contain data about a particular subject, such as assets or contacts. Each record in ...
Learn how to import or link to data
Show All Hide All Sometimes, the data you want to use in your Microsoft Office Access 2007 database already exists in some other format or in a separate Office ...
Locate specific records in a database
As your database grows, locating specific records will involve more than a quick glance at a datasheet. In this article, learn five ways to locate specific reco...
Watch this: Use the Projects database template
By Michael Groh, Access MVP Use the Access 2007 Project management database to manage projects and their associated tasks and employees. You can also search and...