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Access 2013 For Dummies by Ken Cook, Laurie Ulrich Fuller

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Chapter 24

Ten Uncommon Tips

In This Chapter

arrow Documenting everything

arrow Cutting the excess from your fields

arrow Storing numbers as numbers

arrow Validating your data

arrow Naming your tables well

arrow Dodging deletion distress

arrow Thinking about the best, planning for the worst

arrow Keeping your data ducks in a row

arrow Sending out an SOS

Technical experts — the geeks/gurus who really know Access — might be annoying (perhaps simply because they exist and know way more about databases than a human should), but they’re important. They’re important to average Access users because they provide invaluable advice, and they’re important ...

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