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A sort in reverse alphabetical order is also known as a(n) __________________ sort.
a) Ascending
b) Reverse
c) Descending
d) Return

An object that is used to retrieve only specific fileds of a database is a(n) _______________.
a) Query
b) Filter
c) Form
d) Field

Which of the following is used to retrieve specific information within fields of a database?
a) Query
b) Filter
c) Form
d) Report

Which type of query performs a task on the data it retrieves, such as deleting or updating it?
a) Select
b) Retrieval
c) Report
d) Action

Before creating a new database, the user must first:
a) Import external data
b) Create a table
c) Save it with a file name and location
d) Run a query

Multiple fields combined in the same row form a ____________________.
a) Record
b) Report
c) Query
d) Filter

A more user-friendly way to enter information is called a(n) __________________.
a) Query
b) Report
c) Table
d) Form

A form that you complete in order to register for school would be a ________________ in a database.
a) Field
b) Report
c) Record
d) File

To find the average of a numeric field, select the __________________ options in the query wizard.
a) Layout
b) Summary
c) Sort
d) Data type

To place data from an external source into a new table in a database, the user must ____________________ the data file.
a) Export
b) Import
c) Search
d) Re-enter

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