In everyday office operation, spreadsheets are regularly used to aggregate sets of data and to perform some kind of analyses on them. As the data in a spreadsheet is laid out in a table view, plainly visible and able to be edited or added to, many users ask why they should use a database instead of a spreadsheet. This handbook explains the differences between the two, beginning with a short section on what can be done with a database. Then it goes into the details of creating a database, creating tables, using forms to facilitate data entry, queries, using SQL and the Report Builder, database connectivity to other programs, macro expansions, and some additional practical tips for small database solutions and fixes.
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