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

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Database Design Concepts

When using a relational database system such as Access 2010, you should begin by designing each database around a specific set of tasks or functions. For example, you might design one database for customers and orders that contains data about each customer, the products available for sale, the orders for each customer, and the product sales history. You might have another database that handles human resources for your company. It would contain all relevant data about the employees and their dependents, such as names, job titles, employment histories, departmental assignments, insurance information, and the like.

Inside Out: Review Your Work

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