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Ureldes.doc shows you how to plan and design a database from the ground up. For practical examples, it uses the database design of the Northwind Traders sample database included in the Microsoft Access package.
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Overview The database design process Steps in designing a database Common design problems Determining the purpose Determining the tables you need Determining the fields you need Tips for determining fields Primary key fields Determining the relationships Refining the design Additional reading and practice
Article ID: 164172 - Last Review: January 19, 2007 - Revision: 4.3