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Introduction

Tables are the storage containers of your data. To help you work effectively with tables, Microsoft Office Access 2003 provides features that assist you not only in entering and editing the data in your tables but also in locating the information you need.

  • You can locate records based on the text they contain with the Find feature.

  • You can enter and edit data more accurately with features like AutoCorrect, copy, collect, paste, and language features.

  • You can display records in either ascending or descending order based on the contents of a specific field.

  • You can arrange records and columns so your information is listed in the order you want, and adjust the size of your rows and columns to show more or less of the information displayed in any of the fields. You can also view subdatasheets that show groups of data related to the records in your tables.

  • To focus on certain records in a table, you can apply a filter to change which records are displayed. With a filter, you describe characteristics or contents of the records you want to view.


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