You can also click the Builder command in the Tools group.A database is a collection of objects that allow you to store data, organize it and retrieve it in any way you want.What this means is that, with MSAccess you create structures called tables that allow you to organize the data so that it's easy to find later, you create forms that let you input the data into the tables and then you create reports that print selected information from the tables.For example, if you run a store, you would create a Customers table, a Products table and an Invoices table.If you're already past the rookie stage and you want to delve deeper into the database modeling aspect, even before you start with Access, you might want to take a look at our Database design and SQL/My SQL language tutorial.With Access 2010, you can move your tables to Share Point, and create end-user forms in Access that will show up in Share Point as a special site.
Design is an absolutely essential part of creating a database.
The macro condition is entered in the Condition column of the macro sheet and the Where Condition is an argument of many macro actions.
To add the Condition column to the macro sheet, in the Show/Hide group, click the Conditions command.
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When you want a macro to run only under specific circumstances, you can add a condition to one or more of the macro actions.