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Microsoft® Access® 2010 Inside Out by Jeff Conrad and John Viescas

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Creating Your First Simple Web Table by Entering Data

If you’ve been following along to this point, you should still have your new Employees Web database open with Table1 open in Datasheet view, as shown in Figure 6-8. (You can also follow these steps in any open web database.) Access 2010 automatically created the first web field, called ID, in the left column. Leave this web field intact for now. In the second column, Access has placed another web field with the Add New Field heading. Just like client tables, you can enter just about any type of data you want in this web field—text, dates, numbers, or currency.

Let’s start with a simple list of employee names so you can become more comfortable working in Datasheet view with web tables. For this ...

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