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Chapter 40. Access Essentials > Using Sample Databases

Using Sample Databases

Several sample databases are also included with Office 2000. Unlike the database wizards, these sample applications are already populated with data. The idea is not to create applications you can use immediately, but rather to offer examples of techniques you might use in your own Access databases and to show you how reports and forms should look in operation. When you start Access, a list of these databases appears in the initial Microsoft Access dialog box. To open any one of them, select the Open an Existing File option, and scroll through the list of files shown near the bottom of the window (see Figure 40.6). Select any of the samples, and click OK.

Figure 40.6. This library of sample databases illustrates several professional uses of Access. You can also "borrow" database objects for use in your own applications.



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