Access Database Recovery

Access Relationships – What They Are and How to Create Them

To get your Access tables working properly, you have to establish the right relationships. When done correctly, you will be able to draw related data from multiple tables so that you can create reports and conduct data analysis. Microsoft Access gives users the necessary tools to create and maintain relational databases. To create the database, you have to create relationships between the different components. Perhaps the most obvious is the relationship between the tables. As one of the...

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How to Import Data into Your Access

Data entry is often automated through the process of importing data. This is a far simpler and more efficient way of adding large amounts of data into your system with the fewest number of errors. While it is nearly a guarantee that some manual entry will be required, as often as not, you will be able to automate the process. As an increasing number of records and data arrive through online forms and automated responses, you will quickly find that importing the data is not only simpler, but...

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How to Restrict Data Entry via Input Mask in Access

When people are allowed to enter data as they see fit, it can create serious issues with your database. Input masking creates parameters and requirements on each data entry so that your data is both valid and consistent. Data entry is an essential aspect of Microsoft Access. Access gives you control of how data is entered through input masking so that data are valid and can be used later. How Input Masking Works Access includes the Input Mask Wizard, which helps you create the rules and...

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