Database Fields on Sheet

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Database Fields on Sheet

Starting a database from scratch allows you to create and add its different parts as needed.
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  • Submitted on: 2008-04-15 06:56:42

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Starting a database from scratch allows you to create and add its different parts as needed. When using this process, the main advantage is that you will exercise as much control as possible on your database because you will be creating all of your objects. The disadvantage is that you will miss that primary layout that the Database Wizard offers. Creating a database from scratch simply means starting from a blank database and adding the different components. Of course, after learning how to perform some changes, you will be able to modify some aspects of a database created using the Database Wizard.    More detail...

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