Access 2010 includes templates to help you create databases and application parts to help you add related tables and other database objects.
Rather than storing all information in one table, you can create different tables for each type of information, such as customers, orders, and suppliers.
You can create a simple table structure by entering data and naming fields in Datasheet view. You can also set the data type and certain properties.
You can manipulate or hide columns and rows without affecting the data.
In Design view, you can modify any table, whether you created it manually or as part of a template.
Data types and properties determine what data can be entered in a field, and how the data will look on the screen. Caution: changing some properties might affect the data.
You can create a relationship between the primary key field of one table and the foreign key field of another so that you can combine information from both tables.