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Microsoft Office Access 2003 in a Snap by Alison Balter

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Chapter 2. Working with an Existing Table

IN THIS CHAPTER:

  • 1 Edit Table Data

  • 2 Add Records to a Table

  • 3 Delete Records from a Table

  • 4 Find and Replace Text in a Table

  • 5 Filter Table Data

  • 6 Modify the Appearance of a Datasheet

  • 7 Spell-Check Your Data

  • 8 Using the AutoCorrect Feature

Tables are the foundation of any Access application. In working with tables, the first thing you’ll want to be able to do is to open them in Datasheet view and navigate around them. Chapter 1 covered navigation techniques. Next, you’ll probably want to be able to modify table data. This includes the ability to edit, add, and delete rows.

After you know how to navigate around a table and modify its data, you’ll be ready to learn some of the tips and tricks of the trade. This chapter ...

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