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Create databases {Tutorial for beginners}  
 
Written by Ravi Prakash  
Friday, 29 June 2007
Category MS Access 2007 - Database.  
 
General Information
 
 
What is a Database
Create a database from a template
Create a database using a template from Office On Line
Open a recently used database
Open a database through Microsoft Office Access button
Close a database
 
 
A data base is a data collection that belongs to the same context stored systematically for later use. In this sense, a library can be considered as a data base composed by books and indexed for its query. 
 
Microsoft Access 2007 uses the relational model for the database management which is based on the logic of predicates where the data is represented by mathematical n-ary relations. Each relation is represented by the composition of fields stored in tables that represent these n-ary relations. 
 
1) Start Access from the Start menu or from a shortcut.
 
2) The Getting Started screen will appear.
 
Illustration 1: Office Access 2007 Getting Started screen.  Click here to view larger image.
 
3) Select the Blank Database Option and click on the icon.
 
Illustration 2: Blank database creation.  Click here to view larger image.
 
4) Fill the Field Name textbox whit the desired database name.
 
Illustration 3: Fill Database name.  Click here to view larger image.
 

 
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