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Lesson 1. What's New in Access 2002 > Understanding Access 2002

Understanding Access 2002

Strictly speaking, a database is any collection of information. Your local telephone book, for example, is a database, as is the shopping list that you take to the grocery store. Microsoft Access makes creating databases very straightforward and relatively simple.

The electronic container that Access provides for holding your data is called a table (see


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