Complete the following test so you can be sure you understand the material. Your answers are private, and test results are not scored.
If you want to enable form users to add records to and modify records in the Access database through the form, you must set up the database as:
The form's main data source.
The form's secondary data source.
The form's primary table.
When you want to set up a database as a form's main data source, you can start with either a new or an existing form.
What's the accurate definition for a "key field"?
It associates the records in one database table with the records in another database table.
It's the most important field in a table.
You've just set up your main data source in the Data Connection Wizard, and you come to the last screen which has summary data. Your Submit status shows as Not allowed. What might be wrong, and how do you fix it?
You've forgotten to type a new name for the connection, so type a new name and try again.
You've included a field in the connection that uses a data type which InfoPath doesn't support; you'll need to exclude it from the connection.
You've included a field in the connection that uses a data type which InfoPath doesn't support; you won't be able to connect to this database.