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    Using Microsoft Access 2007ECDL V5

    MODULE 5

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    Database Concepts

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    What is a Database? A database has often been defined as an organized collection

    of data

    Even a simple table in Microsoft Word or Excel containing

    information organised into column and rows, has loosely been

    considered a database.

    Today, the true definition of a database is considered to be

    the collection of objects, (tables, forms, queries and reports),

    which go to make up the database

    These objects are used to store, order, search, manipulate,

    display and print data

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    What is a Relational Database? [1]

    Instead of storing data in one huge table, a

    Relational Database stores the data across

    multiple tables

    Tables in a Relational Database are often

    linked to one another by means of a common

    field

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    Database Organisation

    A Database uses Objects to organise and

    manipulate data

    Tables to store the data

    Queries to search Tables according to criteria

    Forms are used to input & display records

    Reports provide summary information from Tables

    or Queries

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    What is a Table?

    Tables are used to store the data in a

    structured and organised format

    Tables are made up of Columns & Row

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    What is a Record? [1]

    A record is defined as all the data held for a

    single individual or item

    A record would occupy a single row of a table.

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    What is a Record? [2]

    A record would include a unique Identifier

    Employee ID Number

    Driving Licence Number

    Passport Number

    For each new record, a new row is created

    For each new row a unique identifier is added

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    What is a Column? [1]

    Each column in a table is used to define what

    information is to be entered into that column

    Columns are also referred to as Fields

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    What is a Column? [2]

    A column titled Last Name would signify the

    point in a Record to store last name

    information

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    What is meant by Data'? [1]

    Data is the information entered into the tables

    within the database

    Customer Names, Address & Telephone Numbers

    Product Names, Descriptions, Price & Stock Level

    Documents, Descriptions, links, etc

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    What is meant by Data'? [2]

    Data entered will in generally be:

    Alphabetical (names / addresses)

    Numerical (Dates / Currency),

    Access is also able to store other forms of

    data:

    Website and email slinks

    Documents created in other packages (OLE)

    Attachments (documents, images, etc)

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    Data Types [1]

    Data Types define the type of data that will be

    stored in each Field (Column)

    Will

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