The two form layout types will display multiple records at one time are tabular and___
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Which of the following is not a database object?
Which of the following is NOT a type of Microsoft Access database object?
Collection of related records in a database is known as
What does the show check box in query design window indicate
What is the maximum length a text field can be?
Which of the following can be an example of a database?
A search value can be an exact value or it can be
Which of the following term is least related to database?
Which of the following expresses correct order?
The key uniquely identifies each record in a table.
To create primary key for a table when in design view
When entering field name, how many characters you can type in maximum?
To achieve AND effect when you are entering criteria in a query design window
It is a database object to view, change, and analyze data in different ways
The database language that allows you to access or maintain data in a database
Which of the following is not a type of relationship that can be applied in Access database
DCL provides commands to perform actions like
It is an association established between common fields of two tables.
Which of the following database object produces the final result to present?
Which is not a view to display a table in Access?
The size of Yes No field is always
What is a form in MS Access
We can remove a relationship defined between two tables by
It is a query that when run displays its own dialog box prompting you for information, such as
To create relationship between two tables
The command center of access file that appears when you create or open the MS Access database file.
Referential integrity means
The task of arranging data in order is called
An Access database object that is used to enter, view or edit records
Query design window has two parts. The upper part shows
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