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Databases & Big Data
  • Author:
    Juanita Mercado-Gardner
  • ISBN:
    1566861535
  • ISBN13:
    978-1566861533
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    Sams; Pap/Dskt edition (November 1, 1994)
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    353 pages
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    Databases & Big Data
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Database design basics. Some database terms to know. Similarly, Postal Code makes more sense than Zip Code if you are going to store international addresses

Database design basics. In a simple database, you might have only one table. Similarly, Postal Code makes more sense than Zip Code if you are going to store international addresses. The following list shows a few tips for determining your columns. Don’t include calculated data.

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This step-by-step guide explains the features and capabilities of Access and teaches readers how to quickly get up to speed in using this database management software for routine tasks.-- Covers all of the new features of Access, Set Theory, and guidelines for importing spreadsheets or sequential files-- Discusses sample no-code applications-- Systematically develops a bibliographic information bank demonstrating how to implement tables, queries, forms, and reports