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Chapter 5. Building Your First Tables > Working with Data in Your Tables

Working with Data in Your Tables

Now that you know about designing and creating tables, it’s time to think about using data in these tables. In this section you’ll learn how to enter data in tables, how to move around in a table datasheet, and how to use the AutoCorrect functionality that’s built into all the Microsoft Office products.

Using Datasheets

Access supplies multiple views of each object that you can find in the Database window. In the case of tables, you’ve already seen both views. Design view is useful when you want to manipulate the structure of a table: its fields or its primary key, for example. But to actually work with data, you need to use the other view of a table, datasheet view.


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