Designing An Access Database: Some Simple Steps For Your New MS Access Database
As I have preached many times and so it seems other Access database experts are of the same opinion, designing an Access database requires a plan, time and a methodical approach.
I found this article which is another perspective but similar to my 7 step MS Access database plan that may be worth a read – check it out below…
Create an MS Access Database – 9 Simple Steps to a Productive Database
STEP 1: Define the Purpose
Before you try to create an MS Access database first decide what the purpose for the database is. Software is much like a vehicle. Cars transport people from Continue reading “Designing An Access Database: Some Simple Steps For Your New MS Access Database”
How To Create A Microsoft Access Database
The quickest way of creating an Access database is to use either the wizard or template approach (depending on which version you are using) both of which are a breeze!
Remember, you need to have some idea of what type of database you are going to end up with by planning your database first and to help with this preliminary step, take a look at how to prepare and design an Access database to understand the scope and key objectives before proceeding.
There is also another approach in how to create a Microsoft Access database which will require some more in depth knowledge of the tools and controls available starting from a blank canvas building your workflows from the ground up
How To Create A Microsoft Access Database – Some Pointers
The first step is to create the database container (or shell) using the ‘file save-as’ action which will hold all objects including Continue reading “How To Create A Microsoft Access Database”