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Chapter 33. Access Essentials > Using Wizards to Create Databases and Objects

Using Wizards to Create Databases and Objects

As noted earlier, Access offers a collection of wizards to help you create individual objects in a database that you're developing. In addition, Access includes another set of wizards that create complete, special-purpose databases, devoted to specific business procedures. These wizards create fully developed database applications designed to handle common business tasks, such as expense accounting, time- and billing management, and order entry.

The wizard-generated databases create a full set of tables, queries, forms, and reports, as well as a sophisticated database application. The centerpiece of each of these canned databases is a form called a switchboard, which offers one-click options for viewing tables, opening data-entry forms, running queries, and producing reports. The menus and forms are tied together with VBA code, which you can easily inspect and borrow for other applications.


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