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Chapter 1. Introduction to Access Develo... > Getting to Know the Database Objects

Getting to Know the Database Objects

Access databases are made up of tables, queries, forms, reports, macros, and modules. Each of these objects has its own special function. The Access environment also consists of several miscellaneous objects, including relationships, command bars, database properties, and import/export specifications. With these objects, you can create a powerful, user-friendly, integrated application. Figure 1.1 shows the Access Database window. Notice the six tabs, one for each main type of object in a database. The following sections take you on a tour of the objects that make up an Access database.

Figure 1.1. The Access Database window, with tabs for each type of database object.



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