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ICT 2 - Access DB_1

ICT2 - Unit 4 Database - MS Access PART 1

TermDefinition
Access Microsoft’s version of a Database Management System.
Database Management System Allows you to store, retrieve, analyze and print information.
Database A collection of objects that work together.
Objects The basic parts of a database, which include tables, forms, queries, reports, and macros.
Table Stores all data in the database in a format called a datasheet.
Datasheet Similar in appearance to an Excel worksheet, containing rows and columns.
Query (question) which is used to search for specific information in the tables.
Form Displays data in a format that looks similar to paper forms.
Navigation Pane The area of the Access window that displays and organizes the names of the objects in a database, and from where you open objects for use.
Record Complete set of data - appears in rows
Field Categories that are listed in columns
Field Selector Contains field name - located at the top of each column
Record Selector Appears to the left of each record - when clicked, selects the entire row.
Data Facts about people, events, things, or ideas.
Information Data that is organized in a useful manner.
Created by: pbaucum