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Chapter 34. Documenting Your System > Using Database Properties to Document the...

Using Database Properties to Document the Overall Database

In addition to enabling you to assign descriptions to the objects in the database, Microsoft Access enables you to document the database as a whole. You do this by filling in the information included in the Database Properties window. To access a database's properties, choose File | Database Properties or right-click the title bar of the Database window and choose Database Properties. The Database Properties dialog box appears, as shown in Figure 34.8. As you can see, it is a tabbed dialog box; tabs include General, Summary, Statistics, Contents, and Custom.

Figure 34.8. The Database Properties dialog box, showing the general properties of a database.



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