Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Create An Empty Database Without Wizard

Microsoft Access have three ways of creating a database. One is using a wizard where it has some steps where we get pre-defined column fields and following them. Second way is by using templates that have already been created. Third way of creating a database is creating a blank database and adding fields.

To create a Blank Database in Microsoft Access:

1) Click New Button image on the toolbar.

2)  In the New File task pane, under New, click Blank Database.

3) In the File New Database dialog box, specify a name and location for the database, and then click Create.


The Database window appears, and we can create the objects that we want in our database.


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