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Chapter 10. Defining Fields and Records ... > Creating a Table and Fields Using AD...

Creating a Table and Fields Using ADO

This chapter noted at the outset that ADO isn't well suited to creating new databases; its strength lies in moving data back and forth between a database and some other application such as Excel.

Therefore, if you're using Access and its Jet database engine as the database, it makes good sense to create your databases either using DAO (as shown in this chapter's prior sections) or directly with the database's user interface. If you're using another DBMS, such as SQL Server, it's far easier to use its interface to create the database.


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