These functionalities are captured as objects, and can be outlined as: Tables, forms, queries, and reports. These are essentially the ingredients required to build a successful database.
Tables are the building block of databases. Forms allow ease of data entry to the database. Reliability of data is also achieved using forms. Reports allow for the retrieval of data, it lets you show off your data, on screen or on paper. Since database are created to provide some answers or help solve some problems, there has to be a way to make the database do this before it delivers its findings in a report. This method of asking the database to find an answer is called Querying.
It is important to note that access is the most broadly used database in the world. It has five key strengths that have contributed in putting it in this enviable position. These five strengths are as outlined below:
With these and many more functionalities provided for in the Microsoft Access 2003, including a user friendly interface, it sufficiently allows for the development of database applications. Access 2003 makes it much easier to build many forms and reports. These are things that used to e regarded as difficult to do. ...