Go! with Microsoft Office 2007
The primary goal of the GO! Series, aside from teaching computer applications, is ease of implementation. This approach is based on clearly defining projects for readers in a way that's easy to understand.
Creating Documents with Microsoft Word 2007; Formatting and Organizing Text; Using Graphics and Tables; Special Document Formats, Columns, and Mail Merge; Creating a Worksheet and Charting Data; Managing Workbooks and Analyzing Data; Using Functions and Tables; Getting Started with Access Databases and Tables; Sort and Query a Database; Forms, Filters, and Reports; Getting Started with Microsoft PowerPoint 2007; Designing a PowerPoint Presentation; Enhancing a Presentation with Animation, Tables, and Charts; Using Access Data with Other Office Programs; Using Tables in Word and Excel; Using Excel as a Data Source in a Mail Merge; Linking Data in Office Documents; Creating Presentation Content from Office Documents
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Activity 12.07 Setting a Primary Key and Saving a Table A primary key is the field
that uniquely identifies a record in a table. For example, in a college registration
system, your Student ID number uniquely identifies you — no other student at ...
Data is stored in tables in which you establish fields, set the data type and field
size, and create a primary key. Data from a database can be reported and printed
. The © symbol represents Key Terms found on the Student CD in the 02 theres ...
Instructor ID is the primary key field, which ensures that each instructor will
appear in the table only one time. In the 13A Courses table. Section Number is
the primary key. Each course's record includes the Instructor ID for the instructor
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PROJECT 5A Application Letter
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