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Chapter 4. Navigating the Access User In... > Understanding Access's Table Display

Understanding Access's Table Display

You're probably familiar with the terms for many of the components that comprise the basic window in which all conventional Windows applications run. The presentation of Access windows varies with each basic function that Access performs. Because Part I, “Getting Acquainted with Access 2002,” of this book deals almost exclusively with tables, the examples that follow use Table Datasheet view. Figure 4.4 shows Access 2002's display for run-mode operations with tables; Table 4.1 describes the window's Access-related components.

Figure 4.4. Access uses the multiple document interface (MDI) to display all database objects except code in modules and scripts for pages. The VBA editor and Microsoft Script editor are separate applications.



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