Access 2007 Advanced Exercises
C. Jacqueline Schultz, Ph.D.
Career and Business Education Instructor Warrensville Heights High School Warrensville Heights, Ohio
Linda Wooldridge, M.B.A.
School of Information Technology Instructor Santa Susana High School Simi Valley, California
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Exercise 1: Deﬁne Data Needs Exercise 2: Deﬁne Field Data Types Exercise 3: Modify Field Properties Exercise 4: Set Validation Rules Exercise 5: Deﬁne and Modify Primary Keys Exercise 6: Deﬁne and Modify Multi-Field Primary Keys Exercise 7: Deﬁne Tables in Databases Exercise 8: Create Tables Based on the Structure of Other Tables Exercise 9: Create and Modify Queries Exercise 10: Open Databases Exercise 11: Format and Modify a Chart Exercise 12: Import and Export Data Exercise 13: Set Printing Options
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Choose Start>All Programs>Microsoft Office®>Microsoft Office Excel 2007. In Excel, click Office Click Open. Locate and open the data file Product Info.xlsx. Save as: Product Info-[your first initial and last name] (for example, Product Inforgupta). .
Deﬁne Data Needs
When you begin to design a database, you should think about the types of data that you need to include. One way to prepare data use in a database is to set up your data ﬁelds in a spreadsheet program such as Microsoft Excel. When entering data in an Access database, consider whether the data should be calculated by the database or entered by the user. Stored data will remain the same until the user manually changes it. Calculated data changes in response to other data modiﬁcations. Examples of stored data and calculated data are shown in Table 1.1. TABLE 1.1 Examples of stored data and calculated data Stored Data Product ID Product name
Total value of all products in inventory. Total number of products in inventory. Total Value is calculated by multiplying the Product cost ﬁeld by the Inventory ﬁeld. Average monthly inventory levels.
Read each field name. Note that the fields Product ID,...
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