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Part 4: Designing an Access Project > Building Tables in an Access Project

Chapter 17. Building Tables in an Access Project

Creating a New Project File600
Creating a Table in Design View607
Defining Columns608
Defining a Primary Key618
Adding Indexes619
Creating Additional Tables in Contact Tracking623
Defining Check Constraints625
Defining Relationships629
Setting Table Design Options635


If you worked through the previous chapters in this book, you created all the components and have all the knowledge necessary to produce a fully functioning desktop application in Microsoft Office Access 2003. If you built an application only for your personal use, you might never need to learn more about advanced Access features. But if you plan to share your application with multiple users and/or work with large amounts of data, it might be time to consider building an Access project.


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