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By Joe Habraken

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113 Creating Table Relationships 114 Now AppearingYour Tables! 115 Database Matchmaker: Using the Relationships Dialog Box 116 Viewing Related Records 118 The Types of Relationships 119 One-to-Many (Which is Not the Same as One too Many) 119 . . And then theres One-to-One 119 But dont Forget Many-to-Many 119 Back to Northwind to Test your Relationship Understanding 120 Deleting Relationships 121 The Importance of Good Relationships 122 Part 3: So Whats the Object? 125 9 Its all in your Form 127 Creating a Form 127 The Wizard Will Know 128 Picking your Fields 129 Dont be a Lay-about, Choose a Layout 130 Page ix Youve Got to Have Style 131 It was Fun While it Lasted 131 Truly an Art Form 132 Customizing Forms 133 Form Design Geography 133 Taking Control of the Form Controls 135 Your (Forms) Name up in Lights 136 The Toolbox 136 Appearance is Everything 138 Give yourself a Hand Moving Controls 139 Its Always the Details 140 In Complete Control 140 Sizing the Labels and Controls 141 Out of Control 142 10 Reforming Your Forms 145 Putting Your Foot(er) in Your Form 145 Controls Unbound 147 Express Yourself with the Expression Builder 149 Is It a Date?

Modules require a little too much programming knowledge, and I dont want you to become a total PC gear-head, so I wont cover this particular object in the book. ) Getting to Know your Objects. The Northwind database provides an excellent way to get your feet wet with the objects that you will eventually create for your own databases. Lets start with tables. Get your Feet off the Table As Ive stated more than once already and will no doubt state several more times before you complete this handsomely bound book (my middle name is Superfluity), database tables are where you put your data.

29 Appearances are Important 30 What are my Options? 31 When youve had Enough of the Assistant 31 Page vi Getting Help without the Assistant 32 Using the Answer Wizard 34 Using the Index 35 What you See is What Gets you Help 36 Getting Help on the Web 37 Surfing the Web with Bill Gates 38 All about Access 38 Part 2: Catching the Brass Ring: Creating Databases 41 4 Database Creation: More Fun, Less Filling 43 Creating a New Database 43 Working with the Wiz 44 Press a ButtonAny Button! 46 A Walk with the Wizard 48 Setting the Tables 49 Out in Left Field 49 You Gotta have Style 50 Whats in a Name?

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