Connecting to another Database

There are various methods to connect to data from other databases. The following are the most common methods: Linking to another Access Database’s Tables

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Saving a Form

The final step is for you to save the Form object. This can be done at any time during the creation of the form. To save the Form, you can click on the ‘Save’ Button at the very top of the toolbar. (The Save Button looks like a disk icon.)

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Corruption Issues

When Access is not used properly, database corruption can often occur which results in an unusable database or a database that experiences random errors or performs inconsistently.

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Main Form and Subform Concepts

The relational data refers to one-to-many relationship between records that are stored in separate tables. A one-to-many relationship is an association between two tables in which the primary key value of each record in the primary table corresponds ...

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Record Source Property

The purpose of the Record Source property is to set the source of the data for the form. For example, if you would like to create a data entry form for the Suppliers Table, you would specify Suppliers for the Record Source. If you add a new record in the form, it will insert a record into the Suppliers Table. If you modify a record using this form, the data in the Suppliers Table would also be modified.

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