Creating a table using application parts


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Creating a table using application parts

When you create a new table you could build it from scratch, or you can use a feature called Application Parts as your starting point. Application Parts are pre-created table and form templates that I can further modify to suit my own needs. First, I'm going to create a brand-new empty database by going to the File tab and then down to New. I'll make the name of my database appparts and I'll click Create. It started with a blank table, but I actually want to close this and don't save it. Now that I have a blank file I'll go up to the Create tab and the first buttons says Application Parts. I'll click on it.

At the top there are some sample forms, but first, let's take a look at Quick Start. There are several options here; a Contacts database, Issues tables, Tasks. Let's go ahead and click on Contacts. It prepares the templates and then it preloads several different objects all ready to go. I'll enable the Content and let's take a look. I have an empty C...

Creating a table using application parts
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Creating a table using application parts 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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