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CBA Access Lesson 5


Comma-seperated Values (CSV) A file format in which comma's seperate the field values of each record in the data source and paragraph marks seperate individual records.
Data Source A file that contains the records or fields used in another document or file; could be a Word document, an Excel workbook, or an Access database. In Excel, a range of cells that stores the data plotted on a chart.
Delimited Data Data that is stored in text format and seperated by delimiters, such as comma's.
Delimitir A character or sequence of characters marking the beginning or end of a unit of data.
Export A term used when data is saved into a different file format.
Form Letter A document that contains merge fields to indicate where to print data from a data source; such as an Access database or an Excel workbook.
Import A term used when data is copied from a file into a different location.
Main Document The file used in a mail merge that contains the information that does not vary from one document to the next.
Merge Field A placehonder in the main document in a mail merge that is replaced with data form the data source when you perform the merge.
Created by: raelyn2014