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What is a Database?

What is a Microsoft Access Database


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A Microsoft Access database is a program that lets you store, organize, and manipulate data. Access can store large amounts of data, can maintain relationships between different types of data, and allow complete control over data entry.

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Course: Access Beginner Level 1
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