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Access DB part2

ICT II - Unit 5

TermDefinition
Table Design The number of fields, and the type of content within each field, in an Access table.
Datasheet View The Access view that displays an object organized in a format of cloumns and rows similar to an Excel Spreadsheet.
Design View The Access view that displays the underlying structure of an object.
Populate The action of filling a database table with records
Data Type The characteristic that defines the kind of data that can be entered into a field, such as numbers, text. or dates.
Ascending To sort from the smallest to the largest (from A to Z and 0 to 9)
Descending To sort from largest to smallest (from Z to A and 9 to 0)
Field Description An optional brief comment or explanation of a field. It would appear in the status bar at the bottom of the window, when its field is selected.
Primary Key A field that uniquely identifies each record in a table.
Sort To organize data alphabetically or in numerical order.
Form Wizard Helps create a form quickly and allows you to select options to specify: record source, layout, and style
Criterion Also called Condition - a way of telling the query which data you are interested in seeing.
Data Changes Are automatically saved in Access.
Auto Number A feature that sequentially numbers entered records creating a unique number for each field.
Created by: pbaucum