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By Craig Zacker

His Microsoft entry 2013, examination 77-424 is the one Microsoft respectable educational direction (MOAC) textbook. This sequence incorporates a whole lecture room educational software. This entry 2013 textual content is mapped to the entry 2013 certification examination pursuits and is designed to re-enforce team talents. With this ebook scholars discover ways to create and deal with a database, construct tables and types, create and deal with queries, layout stories and lots more and plenty extra.

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This section introduces you to some of the elements in a database that help you organize data and navigate using the Navigation Pane, object tabs, and different views. 10 Lesson 1 STEP BY STEP Use the Navigation Pane USE the database from the previous exercise. 1. In the Navigation Pane, double-click Students to display the table in the Access work area, as shown in Figure 1-11. Figure 1-11 A table open in the Access work area Double-click object in Navigation Pane to display it in the work area Take Note The Navigation Pane replaces an older tool, referred to as the Database window, which appeared in versions prior to Access 2007.

Start Access in Windows 8 GET READY. Before you begin these steps, be sure to turn on and/or log on to your computer. 1. When starting Windows 8, if the Windows 8 Start screen doesn’t appear, press the Windows key on the keyboard to display it. Your screen should look similar to Figure 1-2. 4 Lesson 1 Figure 1-2 Clip art used with permission from Microsoft Windows 8 Start screen 2. If necessary, scroll to the Access 2013 tile, as shown in Figure 1-3. Figure 1-3 Access 2013 tile 3. Click the Access 2013 tile.

STEP BY STEP Use the Backstage View USE the database you used in the previous exercise. 1. Click the FILE tab. Backstage view opens, displaying a menu of options down the left side of the window and information about the currently opened database, as shown in Figure 1-28. 24 Lesson 1 Figure 1-28 Using the Backstage view Back button to return to the database workspace New option used to create new databases Save As option used to view Save As commands 2. Click the New option to view the options and commands available.

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