Creating a new database in Access software is very easy. This training is a continuation of the series of attractive access trainings. In previous posts, we explained how to modify and edit databases.
Now that you know how to use and modify an existing database, you may be interested in designing your own database. Database design can be very complex.
In fact, people take birth courses to learn how to design them. For this reason, we did not emphasize creating a database of scribes. However, we can help you get started. In this lesson, you will learn how to create a database using the existing template.
To create a database of templates
Before deciding to create a database, you may want to look at the templates in Access to make sure they fit your needs. When you select a template, Access creates a serious database based on that template.
Once created, you can fill the database with your own information or modify it to suit your needs. Note that the 2013 access pattern requires you to save an online database using Microsoft Sharepoint. Many businesses use Sharepoint to share files at work.
1. Select the file key. This will show you the Bachstage view.
2. Click on New.
3- Different templates will appear under the Blank desktop database option. You can click on the suggested search to find patterns or use the search bar to find something specific.
4- Select the template to check it.
5. A pre-template will appear before the template, along with more information on how the template can be used.
6. Click on create to use the selected template.
7. A new database will appear using the selected template.
8. It is important to note that not all templates were created by Microsoft. Many of them are created by third party providers or even individual users, so some templates may work better than others. If you want to download new templates, be sure to visit this website .