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D I T211 Chapter 2 ( Lab 1)

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  • 1. CHAPTER 2 INTRODUCTION TO DATABASE DESIGN TOOLS
  • 2. LAB 1: INTRODUCTION TO DATABASE DESIGN TOOLS
    • 2.1 Getting Started to Microsoft Access
    • 2.1.1 Database Window
      • 2.1.1.1 Creating Database
      • 2.1.2 Objects of Database
    • 2.1.3 Create Object in Design View
      • 2.1.3.1 Creating Table in Design View
      • 2.1.3.2 Create Query in Design View
      • 2.1.3.3 Create Form in Design View
      • 2.1.3.4 Create Report in Design View
    • 2.1.4 Create Object by Using Wizard
      • 2.1.4.1 Create Table by Using Wizard
      • 2.1.4.2 Create Query by Using Wizard
      • 2.1.4.3 Create Form by Using Wizard
      • Exit Access and Getting Help
    • 2.2 Lab Activity 1
  • 3. CREATE NEW DATABASE
    • Click on the Start button.
    • Point cursor at All Programs in the Start menu. A menu with a list of application software is displayed.
    • Move cursor to Microsoft Office and click on it.
    • Click on the Microsoft Access 2003 in the list of programs.
  • 4. DATABASE OBJECTS
    • Commonly used are:
    • Tables.
    • Queries.
    • Forms.
    • Reports.
    • For creating advance databases are:
    • Pages.
    • Macros.
    • Modules.
    • Groups.
  • 5. CREATE A NEW DATABASE
    • Click on File button.
    • Click on New button.
    • Select Blank Database on the New File Task pane (or press CTRL-N ).
    • New Database window is displayed.
    • Enter a custom name for the new database.
    • Click on Create to open the database.
  • 6. CREATING TABLES IN DESIGN VIEW
    • Click on Tables in Database Window .
    • Double-click on Create table in Design view
  • 7. CREATING QUERY IN DESIGN VIEW
    • Click on Queries in Database Window .
    • Double-click on Create query in Design view .
    • The Select Query Window and the Show Table dialog displays.
  • 8. CREATING A FORM IN DESIGN VIEW
    • Click on Forms.
    • Click on New button
    • New Form allows you to choose whether you want to create your form in Design view, Form Wizard, AutoForm, Chart Wizard or Pivot Table Wizard.
  • 9. CREATING REPORT IN DESIGN VIEW
    • Click on Reports in the Database Window .
    • Click on New .
    • The New Report dialog box will appear.
  • 10. CREATING TABLE BY USING WIZARD
    • Click on Tables in the Database Window .
    • Double click on Create table by using wizard.
    • Choose Business or Personal for the type of table to create.
    • Choose a table from these sample tables.
    • Choose the fields for your table.
  • 11. CREATING A QUERIES BY USING WIZARD
    • Click on Queries in Database Window .
    • Double click on Create query by using wizard.
    • The Simple Query Wizard dialog is displayed.
    • Choose a table.
    • Choose the available fields to construct your query.
  • 12. CREATE FORM BY USING WIZARD
    • Click on Forms .
    • Double click on Create form by using wizard .
    • Choose tables/queries for creating the form.
    • Choose the fields for the form.
  • 13. CREATE REPORT BY USING WIZARD
    • Click on Reports .
    • Double click on Create report by using wizard , and then Report Wizard will appear.
  • 14. EXIT MICROSOFT ACCESS
    • Click on File .
    • Click in Exit to exit Access.