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Normalising Your Database - Second Normal Form (2NF)
 
Database design theory includes design standards called normal forms. The process of making your data and tables match these standards is called normalizing data or data normalization. Here we will normalise to second normal form.
Added: 08/11/2003, Hits: 391, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Normalising Your Database - Third Normal Form (3NF)
 
Database design theory includes design standards called normal forms. The process of making your data and tables match these standards is called normalizing data or data normalization. Here we will normalise to Third normal form.
Added: 08/11/2003, Hits: 390, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Preventing Duplicates from being entered via a form
 
Microsoft Access Database Solutions - Preventing Duplicates from being entered: There will always be situations where you need to ensure that you do not have duplicates entered into your database. Ideally you will want to validate data at the lowest level possible, so if you can enforce the rules at the table level (using Primary Keys), that's great.
Added: 07/29/2004, Hits: 403, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Primary and Foreign key constraints are and what they are used for
 
A primary key is a field or combination of fields that uniquely identify a record in a table, so that an individual record can be located without confusion.
Added: 02/09/2004, Hits: 385, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Publishing your Access Database on the Web
 
Looking to share your Microsoft Access database with the world? Learn to publish reports to the web in this step-by-step tutorial.
Added: 01/07/2001, Hits: 893, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Relational Database Normalisation Process
 
Normalisation is part of successful database design. Without normalisation, database systems can be inaccurate, slow, and inefficient and they might not produce the data you expect.
Added: 01/23/2004, Hits: 410, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Searching Records using a Microsoft Access List Box
 
In this article, we demonstrate how we can use a list box to pass criteria through to a search, allowing us to open a form (in this case) and return a specified result.
Added: 03/02/2004, Hits: 374, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Sorting Columns in a Microsoft Access Listbox
 
When using a Microsoft Access Listbox, there may be times when the list is long and the data in this list is not sorted as you would like. This article will show you how to sort the columns with the click of a button...
Added: 03/02/2004, Hits: 404, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Steps to Securing an Access Database by Using User-level Security
 
Access Database Security - Steps to Securing an Access Database by Using User-level Security: A workgroup information file is a file about the users in a workgroup. Microsoft Access reads this file at startup. It contains information about account names, passwords, group membership and preferences. Preference information is specified in the Options dialog box.Part 1 Of 12 page tutorial
Added: 10/11/2004, Hits: 382, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Temporary Folder Issues causing Microsoft Access 2003 Corruption
 
How to troubleshoot Microsoft Access database corruption caused by temporary folder issues.
Added: 08/29/2009, Hits: 671, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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The Fundamentals
 
LEARN THE BASICS OF ACCESS 2003.``Microsoft Access is a powerful database program you can use to store all kinds of informationfrom a simple list of recipes to an inventory catalog with tens of thousands of products. Once information is stored in a Microsoft Access database, it's easy to find, analyze, and print.
Added: 01/03/2006, Hits: 411, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Tips to resolve Run Time Error 3800 message in MS Access 2002
 
This tutorial explains how to repair Runtime error 3800 messages in Microsoft Access 2002.
Added: 08/26/2009, Hits: 511, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Understanding Databases and Access
 
Reading this tutorial you will gain a better understanding of databases, how they are used and Microsoft Access
Added: 03/31/2004, Hits: 367, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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User Interface Design Tips
 
Many people rush into designing the User Interface for their Access database before thinking about layouts, formats and usability. The following tips may greatly assist when considering all of the options available.
Added: 02/09/2004, Hits: 417, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Using an Option Group to Filter Records Displayed in a Form
 
The following example uses an option group, that when a value is selected, the records can be filtered to only display the selected options associated records.
Added: 05/19/2004, Hits: 401, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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Using SQL in Microsoft Access
 
Microsoft Access SQL and SQL Query Design Articles and Topics: Here you will find articles relating to SQL (Structured Query Language) and SQL use and implementation in Microsoft Access. You will find articles and topics relating to SQL query designs, from planning what tables and fields will be used to selecting criteria to be used in the SQL Statements. There are articles on SQL basics, SQL Select, Insert, Update and Delete Statements and topics on why use SQL. Hopefully you will find something of interest, whether you need to create simple SQL Select Queries, to inserting and updating information using the SQL language in Microsoft Access.
Added: 12/05/2005, Hits: 463, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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What is a Primary Key and How should I choose one?
 
Keys are crucial to a table structure for many reasons and this article goes on to describe the reasons why.
Added: 09/03/2003, Hits: 415, Rating: 0, Votes: 0
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