How to create a simple HR database in Microsoft Access part 1
This is an Access database tutorial covering how to create a simple HR database. One of the ways to create a table in Access is using the table design view. This view allows you to define the fields, data types, and properties of your table. To create a table in Access using table design, follow these steps:

1. Open the database where you want to create the table.
2. Click the Create tab on the ribbon and then click Table Design in the Tables group.
3. In the Table Design view, enter the name, data type, and description for each field in your table. You can also set the field properties, such as required, default value, validation rule, etc., in the Field Properties pane at the bottom of the window.
4. To define a primary key for your table, select one or more fields and click Primary Key in the Tools group on the Design tab. A primary key is a field or a combination of fields that uniquely identifies each record in your table.
5. To save your table, click Save in the Quick Access Toolbar or press Ctrl+S. Enter a name for your table and click OK.
6. To switch to the datasheet view and enter data in your table, click View in the Views group on the Design tab and then click Datasheet View.
How to create a simple HR database in Microsoft Access part 1.
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