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Chapter 2. Starting a Database > Planning Structure

Planning Structure

After determining the database content, you should decide where the information goes in the database.

This process is less important if you're using an Access wizard to create a database— wizard-created databases are well-planned and ready to run, so your information should slip right into the database objects. If you create a database from scratch, or use a wizard-created database as a foundation for a new database, you will need to plan your database more carefully and include elements created by the wizard. Refer to the information you determined in the previous section.


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