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Chapter 2. Building a Simple Desktop and... > Creating an Access Application from ...

Creating an Access Application from a Template File

When you launch Access 2003, the upgraded Office 2003 task pane appears at the right of the main window with the default Getting Started page active. The Create a New File link at the bottom of this page opens the New File page, which offers you the following options:


  • Opening a new (blank) database or data access page (DAP).

  • Creating a new Access data project (ADP) connected to an existing or new Microsoft SQL Server Desktop Engine (MSDE) database.

  • Creating a copy of a database from an existing Access file.

  • Searching for an Access template by keyword or opening the Microsoft Office Templates home page to select a specific template.

  • Using the Database Wizard to generate a new database from one of the 10 database templates included with Access 2003. Template files contain the definitions of Table, Form, and Report objects, plus the VBA code required to automate interaction of these objects.


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