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Creating a Table Using a Template

AC07S-2.2.3

A table template is a predefined table with fields you can quickly insert and use in a database. Access provides several table templates (New!) including: Contacts, Tasks, Issues, Events, and Assets. You can use the Create tab to quickly insert a table template. After you insert a table template, you can change fields to meet your own needs, and then name and save the table in the database.

Create a Table Using a Template

yellow_circle_1.gif Click the Create tab.

yellow_circle_2.gif Click the Table Templates button.

yellow_circle_3.gif Click the table template (Contacts, Tasks, Issues, Events, or Assets) you want.

yellow_circle_4.gif To change a field name, double-click the field name, type the new name, and then press Enter.

yellow_circle_5.gif Click the Save button on the Quick Access Toolbar.

yellow_circle_6.gif Type a table name.

yellow_circle_7.gif Click OK.

yellow_circle_8.gif To have Access set the primary key, click Yes.

yellow_circle_9.gif When you’re done, click the Close button in the Table window.

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