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As you enter data, Access sets data types because:
They're a standard for most databases.
They help ensure accurate data entry.
They help you use storage space efficiently.
All of the above.
To change the text in a column header (a field name), you:
Use the Rename Column dialog box.
Right-click anywhere in the column and click Rename.
Double-click the header and enter a new name
You need to be careful when changing data types because:
You can't store photographs after you change a data type.
You may lose data.
Access may convert all your text to numbers.
To change a data type, you need to _____.
Go to the External Data tab, and in the Collect Data group, click the Change Type button.
Go to the Datasheet tab, in the Data Type & Formatting group, select an option from the Data Type list.
Go to the Database Tools tab, in the Database Tools group, click the down arrow to the right of the Set Type button and choose an option from the list.