Doug Klippert 

MS Access is a database management system (DBMS) that provides you with the software tools you need to organize that data in a flexible manner. It includes facilities to add, modify or delete data from the database, ask questions (or queries) about the data stored in the database and produce reports summarizing selected contents.

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This FAQ site is designed to help find answers for some common questions
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Welcome to Access World - professional world-wide support for a world-wide audience. If you're in the US, UK, Canada or Europe we can help with your MS Access requirements.
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Data Modeling
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Database Normalization Tips
One of the most important steps in designing a database is ensuring that the data is properly distributed among its tables. With proper data structures, the remainder of the application (the queries, forms, reports, code, etc.) is significantly simplified. The formal name for proper table design is database normalization.

This article is an overview of the basic database normalization concepts and some common pitfalls to consider and avoid.
Helen Feddema
Access, Word Guru and author
Sample databases from Access 2002 Inside-Out
How to structure data more efficiently
Introduction to Relational Databases
Relational Database Description
Microsoft explanation of Relational Databases
Relationships: Your Key to Data Integrity in Access 2003



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