Creating Quick Start fields


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Creating Quick Start fields

Access 2010's Quick Start fields allow you to build your tables effortlessly by utilizing common field sets that work well together. First, I'm going to create a brand-new empty database by going to the File tab, clicking on New, and I'll give it the name quickstart. Then I'll click Create. It starts me off on the Table tools Ribbon on the Fields tab. We could start adding in our own fields, but instead, we can take advantage of pre-created sets of fields to speed up the table design. Click on this More Fields button, then scroll down to the bottom to the Quick Start fields.

We'll start with Name and it pops in automatically Last Name and First Name. Now click in the Click to Add box. If we don't, if we left our cursor in the First Name, when we do our next set of fields, it would go in between Last Name, and First Name. So I want to make sure my cursor is here under Click to Add. I'll go back to More Fields, scroll down to the Quick Start again and choose Addr...

Creating Quick Start fields
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Creating Quick Start fields provides you with in-depth training on Business. Taught by Alicia Katz Pollock as part of the Access 2010 Power Shortcuts

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Business
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Access
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