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When printing in Access, select a file (table, report, query, or form), go to File & Print Preview. Once there you can use Print Preview toolbar to change page orientation.
a) True b) False c) Not this one d) Not this one
In Access, all the tables, report, forms, and queries for a specific data set are stored in multiple files.
a) True b) False c) Not this one d) Not this one
A field with a data type of Yes/No can store more than three values.
a) True b) False c) Not this one d) Not this one
A field with a(n) _____ data type can store text and numbers
a) Memo b) Currency c) Number d) Hyperlink
When you create a _____, it displays a single record at a time.
a) Table b) Report c) Form d) Query
To print a QUERY from the Datasheet view, right-click the Report on the Navigation Panel (Left side of screen) and then click Print on the shortcut menu.
a) True b) False c) Not this one d) Not this one
Postal Codes should be saved as a data type of text.
a) True b) False c) Not this one d) Not this one
The word query, in regard to Access, should be thought of as a ________.
a) meaning search b) meaning look c) meaning find d) meaning complete
The title for a report appears in the page fooder, along with a date and time stamp.
a) True b) False c) Not this one d) Not this one
Redundancy means storing the same data in more than one place.
a) True b) False c) Not this one d) Not this one
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