Creating Relationships in Microsoft Access

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You have set up your tables and painstakingly transferred all of your precious data.

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  • Submitted By - Shekhar

  • Submitted on - 2008-04-15 06:51:37

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So you've made the move from a spreadsheet to a database. You've set up your tables and painstakingly transferred all of your precious data. You take a well-deserved break, sit back and look at the tables you've created. Wait a second -- they look strangely familiar to the spreadsheets you've just disowned. Did you just reinvent the wheel? What's the difference between a spreadsheet and a database anyway?

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