The Workshop includes quiz questions that are designed to help you test your understanding of the material covered and activities to help put what you've learned to practice. You can find the answers to the questions in the section immediately following the quiz.
Name the types of applications that you can build in Access.
With Access you can build personal, small-business, departmental, corporationwide, and Internet/intranet applications, and you can create a front end to a client/server database.
You can modify information while viewing a report (True/False).
False. You cannot modify information while viewing a report. You can only display the information, usually to a printer.
You can record an Access macro (True/False).
False. You cannot record an Access macro. You must either drag and drop objects onto a macro or manually enter macro arguments for each line of the macro.
Access is a client/server database (True/False).
False. Access is a file server database.
Data access pages are stored outside the database (.MDB) file (True/False).
Open the Northwind sample database that ships with Access 2003. Open a table in Datasheet view. View it in Design view. Open a query in Datasheet view. View its design. Open a form in Form view. View its design. Run a report. View its design. Open a data access page. View its design. View the design of a macro. View the design of a module.