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Part V: Microsoft Access > Creating a Database

Chapter 30. Creating a Database

When Access starts, it opens the New File task pane. You can choose to open an existing database or create a new database. You can start with a blank database (Figure 30.1) and then create tables to hold data and forms with which to enter data, or you can use a database wizard that helps you set up a database designed to meet your needs (Figure 30.2).

Figure 30.1. A blank database.



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