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Access Terms pt#2

Datasheet View Shows the record in a table with the data visible. Each row is a single record; each column is a field.
Data type The predefined characteristics for data:date, text, number, etc..
Design View A view used to define the information or format in a table,form or report
Form Access object that provides a graphic interface to displace and edit data from a table
Filter A feature taht allows you to hide information that does not match certain criteria or field
Query An instruction that requests data from the tables in a database.
Report A screen output of data arranged in an order specified by the user
Sort A feature that will arrange data in a table based on a specific order (ascending or descending)
Status bar Located at the bottom of the application window (just above the task bar), it shows the current view, allows you to switch views or configure options.
Tabbed Window Document Displays the open objects (tables, forms, queries, reports) in one window. The tabs select the object displayed; the X in the upper right will close the object displayed.
Table a collection of related informaton stored as records arranged in rows and columns.
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