The quickest way the building an Access database application is to use the wizard and template tools available which are a breeze! But you need to have some idea of what type of database you are going to end up with a bit of planning first.
To help you along, I have written seven articles (courtesy of EzineArticles) to help explain the database methodologies further.
Building An Access Database: The Planning Stages
Take a look at the following articles…Microsoft Access Database Design Concepts:
Step 1 of 7 – Overall System Design for Microsoft Access
Step 2 of 7 – Report Requirements for Your Access Database
Step 3 of 7 – Data Design Field for Your Microsoft Access Database
Step 4 of 7 – Table Relationships of an Access Database
Step 5 of 7 – Table Field Design of the Access Database
Step 6 of 7 – Designing Microsoft Access Forms
Step 7 of 7 – Automating Your Access Database
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