CREATE A DATABASE BASED ON A TEMPLATE in .NET

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You can build a new database based on any of the predefined Access templates. For example, the Business category includes templates for creating contact lists, assets, marketing projects and events. You can also log onto the Office Web site to find new templates you can download. When you create a new database using a template, the database includes pre-built tables and forms, which you can populate with your own data. You control the structure of your database by determining the preset tables and fields that are included in the file.
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Click the File tab. Click New. Click Sample templates.
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You can also download templates from the Office Web site by clicking a template category under Office.com Templates.
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Click a template. To change the name of the database, type a new name in the File Name field. To change the folder in which the database file will be stored, click the Browse button ( ).
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Access launches the File New Database dialog box.
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Locate and select the folder in which you want to store the database file. Click OK. Click Create.
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Access creates a new, blank database based on the template you chose and opens a new table, ready for data.
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To determine what fields you need in your database, do a little planning. Decide what kinds of information you want to track in your database and what sorts of reports and queries you want to generate to view your data. For best results, use the suggested fields; you can always remove fields that you do not use at a later time. (For help removing fields from a table, see the section Delete a Field from a Table later in this chapter.)
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If you determine that none of the predefined Access templates suits your purposes, you can create a new, blank database. You can then decide what tables, fields, forms and other database objects your database will include. When you create a new database file, Access launches the File New Database dialog box and prompts you to assign a name to the file. You also specify the folder and drive in which the database file will be stored.
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Click the File tab. Click New. Click Blank database. Type a name for the database in the File Name field.
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To change the folder in which the database file will be stored, click the Browse button ( ). Access launches the File New Database dialog box.
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Locate and select the folder in which you want to store the database file. Click OK.
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Click Create.
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Access creates a new, blank database and opens a new table, ready for data.
You can use the Navigation pane, on the left, to open various database objects. You can collapse the pane to increase the on-screen workspace; simply click the Shutter Bar Open/Close button ( ). Click the button again to expand the pane.
To open an existing database, click the File tab, click Recent and click the database in the Recent Databases list. If the database is not listed in the Recent Databases list, click the File tab, choose Open to launch an Open dialog box, locate and select the database file and click Open.
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CREATE A NEW TABLE
Access databases store all data in tables. A table is a list of information organised into columns and rows that intersect to form cells for holding data. A table might list the names, addresses, phone numbers, company names, titles and e-mail addresses of your clients. Each row in a table is considered a record. You can use columns to hold fields, which are the individual units of information contained within a record. If you need to add a table to a database, you can easily do so. All table objects that you create appear listed in the Navigation pane; simply double-click a table object to open it.
With your database open in Access, click the Create tab. Click the Table button.
Access creates a new table and displays it in Datasheet view.
Note: See the Change Table Views section to learn more about Datasheet view.
To name a field, click the Click to Add link at the top of the field column. Click the type of field you want to add (here, Text).