Databases Relationships

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When you design a database, you divide information into tables, each of which usually has a primary key. After you have created a table for each subject in your database, you have to give Access a way to bring that information back together again when needed. You do this by placing common fields in tables that are related, and by defining relationships between the tables.


When you have worked through this tutorial you should be able to:

  1. Create One-to-One Relationship
  2. Create One-to-Many Relationship
  3. Create Many-to-Many Relationship
  4. Understand the important Relationship Rules

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