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Hour 18. Access 2002 Basics > Using Wizards to Create Databases

Using Wizards to Create Databases

While you are learning Access, practice designing your early databases without the help of the Access wizards. In most cases, the wizards do not create exactly the kind of database you require, and you have to change the database structure as soon as the wizard completes the database design and creation. Changing an existing database is difficult to do if you have never worked with Access. The best way to gain Access mastery is to design and create your own database from scratch so that you better understand the inner workings of data.

After you master Access, however, a wizard saves you a lot of time if you find one that creates a sample database close to what you need. After the wizard creates the database, you can modify the database to suit your needs.


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