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This is used to manage data that is organized into lists, such as information about customer, products, vendors, employees, projects, or sales.
a) Relational database
b) Template
c) Record
d) Edit Mode

This is a set of Access rules that govern data entry, helps ensure data accuracy.
a) Relational database
b) Referential Integrity
c) Template
d) Primary key field

This is a field added to the many table to help establish
a) Primary key field
b) Objects
c) Field names
d) Foreign key field

This is a record in the
a) Foreign key field
b) Objects
c) Orphan record
d) Record

This contains data that uniquely identifies each record
a) Orphan record
b) Primary key field
c) Data type
d) Foreign key field

This determines what kind of data can be entered into a field; such as a number, text, or dates.
a) Data type
b) Auto Number
c) Field names
d) Objects

This is a sample database provided within the Access program, so you don't have to start from scratch.
a) Tables
b) Record
c) Calendar Picker
d) Template

This is the fundamental building block of relational databases because they store all the data.
a) Field Names
b) Objects
c) Tables
d) Template

These are listed at the top of each column.
a) Record
b) Field names
c) Objects
d) Edit record

This is a group of related fields that describe a person, place, or thing.
a) Record
b) Tables
c) Objects
d) Field Names

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