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Chapter 4. Planning a Database > The Discovery Process—Finding the Data

The Discovery Process—Finding the Data

At this stage of the process, it isn’t important to know all that much about the database program you’ll be using, which in this case is Access. Concentrate on the data you’ll be storing. There’s simply no substitute for knowing your data. Fortunately, when you build a database for yourself, you probably have a pretty good idea of the things you want to keep track of.

Creating a Paper Trail

Get ready to learn the job your database will be expected to perform, step by step. When you’re done, you should be on very intimate terms with the data and everything you do with that data.


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