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Database Basics

Best fit: Another way of resizing a column is to change it to best fit, which automatically resizes the column to the best width for the data contained in the column (AC 16).
Compacting: Compacting a database rearranges how the dat abase is stored on the disk and optimizes the performance of the database (AC 21).
Database: A database is a collection of objects (AC 4).
Database Management system (DBMS): A DBMS allows you to store, retrieve, analyze, and print information (AC3).
Datasheet: In a datasheet, the table displays its data in rows and columns (AC 8).
Datasheet selector: You can also select all of the records and fields in a table by clicking the datasheet selector (AC 11).
Datasheet view: In Datasheet view, the table displays its data in rows and columns in a datasheet (AC 8).
Field: Each record is made up of one or more fields (AC 8).
Field name: To identify the fields, each field has a field name (AC 8).
Field selector: A field selector appears at the top of each column in a table and contains the field name (AC 11).
Field value: The data entered into a field is called a field value (AC 8).
Navigation Pane: When you open an existing database, the Navigation Pane opens on the left side of the screen (AC 5).
Record: A record is a complete set of data (AC 8).
Record Selector: A record selector appears to the left of the first field for each record (AC 11).
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